I am here at the Golden Temple to thank ‘Waheguru’ for letting me live with my family even if for a short while”, he said.Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh said that parole was Khera’s right which was long overdue.Amritsar jail DSP Kulwant Singh said that it was his good conduct that could earn him an opportunity to go out of the jail. “Earlier, it was the negative report of police, which had hampered his parole. He had applied again after four and a half months and this time he was fortunate to procure it”, he said.Khera (55), was arrested on October 19, 1990. He was charged under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Prevention Act (TADA) and later sentenced to life imprisonment in two cases registered in New Delhi and Karnataka in 1996.After 20 years, in March 2010, the courts cleared him of any involvement in the Delhi bomb case. However, the Karnataka case is still pending.He was the second former TADA convict to be brought to Amritsar Central Jail on June 25, 2015 after 1993 Delhi blasts convict Devinderpal Singh Bhullar.