The documentary follows the story of thousands of victims of enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings, whose dead bodies were secretly cremated.
The victims ongoing fight for justice highlights the work of a murdered human rights activist Jaswant Singh Khalra and a 10 year investigation that’s uncovered new evidence of thousands of previously unknown secret cremations from which victims have been identified.
The documentary highlights the determination and resilience of the victims in their two decade long struggle before the India courts for truth, justice & accountability.
Film by: Jaswant Kaur
Produced by: The Punjab Documentation and Advocacy Project
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