Cops Ask Oz Embassy To Cancel Defendant’s Visa | Chandigarh News


Mohali: The police asked the Australian Embassy to cancel the visa for Shaganpreet Singhone of the defendants in the Vicky Middukhera murder case, and deport her.
Chief Superintendent of Police (SSP) Vivek Sheel Soni said the police had written to the embassy. “We are working to get Shaganpreet return to Mohali from Australia,” he said. In their letter, the police said: “It is hereby notified that an Indian citizen, Shaganpreet Singh, resident of Khamanon, Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab, is charged under Sections 302, 34 of the IPC and Sections 25/27 of the Weapons Act at Mataur Police Station, Mohali and is on the run. »
The FIR was recorded on the statement of Ajaypal Singh Middukhera, the brother of Vikramjeet Singh alias Vicky Middukhera, who was murdered by four people on August 7, 2021.
Shaganpreet, who was the manager of a Punjabi singer, is accused of introducing the unidentified fourth sniper to the other three, and all of them used his car to conduct a reconnaissance of the house of Middukhera, a chief of the youth Akali Dal.
Shaganpreet had applied for early bail in the Punjab and Haryana High Court, in which he attempted to mislead the court by presenting erroneous facts that he would return to India on June 6, in booking a return ticket and was willing to join the investigation and further. to help investigative agencies, cops said. The accused, however, never returned. His bail request was denied on July 18.


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