East MP Keith Vaz
helped to solve this case
get life imprisonment and two NRIs 'proclaimed offenders
in the murder case of NRI Mohan Singh in Punjab
JALANDHAR, AUG. 26, 2008
Additional sessions judge BK Mehta sentenced two persons, Jasbir
Singh alias Jassa (25) and Gurpeet Singh (24) to life imprisonment
and declared two NRIs 'proclaimed offenders named Sukhjiwan Singh
and Inderjit Kaur from UK
Jasbir Singh alias Jassa is brother of NRI Sukhjiwan Singh who
had illicit relations with Inderjit Kaur
Six persons, Palwinder Singh, Rajwinder Singh, Sukhwinder Singh,
Hardeep Singh, Sukhjeet Singh and Kulwant Singh were acquitted
JALANDHAR, March, 10, 2005- The
district court declared two NRIs Inderjit Kaur
and Sukhjiwan proclaimed offenders. The murder had
been allegedly committed at the behest of Kaur, who reportedly
had illicit relations with Sukhjiwan, the brother of main accused
JALANDHAR, December 30, 2005:
Seven persons were arrested- Gurpreet Singh, Hardeep
Singh, Sukhjinder Singh, Jasvir Singh, Rajwinder Singh, Palwinder
Singh and Sukhjit Singh. The police is looking the eighth person,
Kulwant Singh to be arrested.
The senior police said that Jassa (Jasvir Singh) admitted that
he along with the other accused had killed UK NRI Manmohan Singh
at the behest of his brother Sukhjiwan Singh. Sukhjiwan and Inderjit
Kaur, daughter-in-law of the Mohan Singh, was having an illicit
Inderjit Kaur had already filed a divorce petition to her husband.
She conspired with Sukhjiwan and like to get the property of father-in-law
after killing him.
The police is in the process of extradite Inderjit Kaur from
Jalandhar, Dec 29, 2005: Jasbir
Singh wanted in the murder of NRI Mohan Singh, was arrested by
the police. The police had announced a reward of Rs 50,000 for
Jasbirs arrest. Two others Sukhjit Singh and Rajwinder
Singh alias Raju, surrendered before the Garhshankar police
Jalandhar, Dec 19, 2005: NRI
British MP discusses NRI's murder with Punjab police
Keith Vaz, British MP from Leicester East, UK met Inspector
General of Police Hardip Singh Dhillon in connection with the
murder of UK NRI Mohan Singh.
East MP Keith Vaz will be visiting India next
week in pursuit of the Mohan Singh murder case.
London, Dec 12, 2005
NRI, Mohan Singh, 59, of Hamilton, Leicester was killed while
he was overseeing a house-building project in the Punjab in the
summer of this year. The family and community leaders have appealed
to Mr Vaz to help bring the perpetrators of this terrible crime
Earlier this week Mr. Vaz presented a petition to the House of
Commons which has over 10,000 signatures calling the Indian and
British Governments to work together to catch the killers.
Following the endorsement of the Foreign Secretary Jack Straw
in a meeting last month Mr. Vaz will visit India with Mr. Singhs
family and meet with the Indian authorities including the Chief
Minister of the Punjab on this case.
Mr Vaz said I promised this family that I would help in
every possible way and I hope to do exactly that on my visit to
India. By meeting with the senior Indian officials I hope to help
the family and community find closure on this.
His family believes it was a contract killing and was linked
to a business deal in which he was involved. Reports say that
no one has been brought to justice for the killing yet.
Mohan Singh's brother, Tirath Biring, a Conservative councillor,
and other family members are urging the Indian authorities to
arrest the killers. People are very concerned about what happened
to my brother and they, like us, want the killers brought to justice.
"NRI Business owners in Leicestershire are investing in
India because they operate globally, but they are concerned about
what happened to my brother and want to see that these kinds of
crimes don't happen again."
Leicester East MP Keith Vaz
Keith Vaz (Leicester, East) (Lab): I wish to present a petition
on behalf of 10,000 of my constituents in support of action by
the British Government and the Indian Government on the murder
of a British citizen, Mohan Singh, one of my constituents who
recently went to India, where he sought to oversee a house building
project. While eating in a café in the Punjab, he was stabbed
to death by several people and we still do not know the identity
of his murderer. I shall travel to India next week to try to help
with the investigation.
Ludhiana. Aug. 19, 2005
NRI (non-resident Indian), Mr. Mohan Singh Biring from UK, textile
factory owner, was murdered at Dhaba, near the Sutlej
bridge when he was washing his hands. Mohan Singh of Bhanoki village,
along with his cousin Gurdev Singh were returning to their village
NRI, Mohan Singh Biring was taken to Ludhian Hospital where he
was died due to injuries
Gurdev Singh told our reporter that NRI, Mohan Singh Biring had
purchased two plots in Ludhiana (South City) and he had a dispute