Sikh group hopes to sue Indian official in Wis.
Sikh group doubles reward to $20K for serving federal summons to Indian head of state in Wis.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Sikh (seek') group hoping to serve a federal summons on an Indian head of state while he's in Wisconsin is doubling its reward for anyone who can deliver the papers to him.
Sikhs for Justice originally offered a $10,000 reward to anyone who serves papers on Parkash Singh Badal (BAW'-dul). He's the chief minister of the Indian state of Punjab. The human-rights group on Friday raised the reward to $20,000.
Group spokesman Gurpatwant (goor-PUTH'-wahnt) Pannun (pah-NOON') says Badal is planning to be in Milwaukee for a wedding Saturday. He says Badal oversees a police force that has committed human-rights violations against Sikhs.
Badal's spokesman has said the group's efforts are "politically motivated."
A court summons can be handed to a recipient or even dropped at his feet.
Copy of court summons: http://on.fb.me/13pMk6y
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