Family slams Britain and India as they launch Justice for Seeta Kaur campaign


The family of a British mother who died during a trip to India have spoken of their “pain” over not receiving justice and the “lack of help” from the UK government. Seeta Kaur, 33, who has four children, died in what the family claims are “highly suspicious circumstances” in the northern state of Haryana in March 2015. Indian police investigated her death and have closed the case. The family said Kaur’s death certificate does not have an official cause of death on it. Two of her sisters, Geeta and Swinder, told Eastern Eye the way that police handled the case…

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