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Mr Johat said the British government 'have been useless, incompetent' since his brother was detained on November 4.

Hero firefighter, Lyndon Flavell, risked his life climbing to the rescue.Majid Hussain, 43, was arrested for having a wrap of class A drugs when he tried to board a flight to Pakistan in February 2016 and police uncovered his illegal drug empire when they searched his home.Hundreds of Sikh protesters marched outside the Foreign Office in Whitehall in support of a British Sikh who they claim has been abducted and 'tortured' by police in India.Mr Johat was also forced to leave on November 9 over fears for his own safety.He said police had tried to seize his brother's passport but Mr Johat was able to hand it in to British officials in India.He said: 'I didn't want to leave, I didn't have a choice.'Protesters blocked the road outside the Foreign Office chanting 'Free Jaggi Now' 'What do we want? Mr Singh's brother told the crowd: 'This is happening in India, a country that says there are very powerful. They have put the British government to their knees.

He was subject to third degree torture.'When you think about torture it hurts you.

Enquiries have shown that Harbans, who was also known as Susan and had the maiden name Ranu, worked at the head office of the Burton Group in Harehills, Leeds, until April 1985.

She gave birth to a daughter in July that year at St James’s Hospital in Leeds and was living at an address in the Meanwood area.

Officers from West Yorkshire Police Homicide and Major Enquiry Team arrested a 75-year-old man on suspicion of the murder of Harbans Kaur Lally and arrested a 74-year-old woman on suspicion of conspiracy to murder when they searched an address in Gravesend, Kent, on Monday.

(Jan 8)The investigation comes as a result of information received by detectives that raises concerns about Harbans’ disappearance and suspected murder.

The crowd demanded the release of Jagtar Singh, 30, who was detained by police in Punjab over allegedly financing weapons used in the murder of several officials in the Indian state.