Title India: 1. Do the Nai Sikh, Rai Sikh, and Jatt Sikh castes exist? If so, please provide general information on each, including whether Nai Sikh and Rai Sikh are ever described as being Backward Classes or Other Backward Classes? 2. Is there such a document as Punjab Government's letter No.1/88/93 RC-1/1016 dated 2.2.94? 3. Are people targeted in Faridkot, Punjab, for marrying outside their caste? Please provide current information. 4. Could an educated couple in an inter-caste marriage relocate from the Punjab to another part of India? 5. Are there systems in place that would enable a policeman from the Punjab to be able to trace family members anywhere in India?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 4 April 2012
Country India
Topics Police | Sikh | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol IND39966
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, India: 1. Do the Nai Sikh, Rai Sikh, and Jatt Sikh castes exist? If so, please provide general information on each, including whether Nai Sikh and Rai Sikh are ever described as being Backward Classes or Other Backward Classes? 2. Is there such a document as Punjab Government's letter No.1/88/93 RC-1/1016 dated 2.2.94? 3. Are people targeted in Faridkot, Punjab, for marrying outside their caste? Please provide current information. 4. Could an educated couple in an inter-caste marriage relocate from the Punjab to another part of India? 5. Are there systems in place that would enable a policeman from the Punjab to be able to trace family members anywhere in India? , 4 April 2012, IND39966, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/50f930fc2.html [accessed 28 August 2014]
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