Marriage with NRI leads to Murder
NRI Kuldip from Manila
murder his ex-fiance Ramanpreet
- NRI Kuldeep Singh from Manila came to India for
marriage in Oct. 2005
- Kuldeep Singh and Ramanpreet
were engaged in Oct. 2005 even Ramanpreet
reportedly refused to marry Kuldeep. Marriage was
set up in November 18, 2005 but on Nov. 09, she run
away with boy friend
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Ramanpreet murder: Police
probe points finger at ex-fiance
Panchkula, June 21, 2006
Express News Service
today claimed to have made a major breakthrough in the
Ramanpreet murder case. They claimed that the victim
had gone out with her former fiance, Kuldeep Singh,
on the night that she was murdered.
The body of 21-year-old Ramanpreet, a resident of Barnala
who was living as a paying guest in Sector 22, Chandigarh,
was found on the banks of Ghaggar in Sector 27 on June
10. She was found to have been strangled by her own
According to a police official, Ramanpreet had reportedly
refused to marry Kuldeep, a Non-Resident Indian (NRI).
The two were engaged in October 2005, and their wedding
was fixed for November 18, 2005. But on November 9,
Ramanpreet went away with one of her male friends, said
a police official. Kuldeeps family, residents
of Gurdev Nagar, Barnala in Sangrur district, got him
married to another girl in November 2005. Kuldeep then
went to Manila.
Police said Kuldeep returned on June 2 this year. On
June 10, he met Ramanpreet in Chandigarh. Ramanpreets
mother, Amardeep Kaur, was also present then. Kuldeep
reportedly asked Ramanpreet to marry him, a proposal
which was turned down by both the girl and her mother.
Later the same day, Ramanpreet and Kuldeep reportedly
went out in the latters Tata Safari. Police said
the crime was committed in this vehicle. The Tata Safari
(PB 13K 0076) was today recovered from Handai, near
Barnala, where Kuldeep was married.
A senior police official said it was not yet clear
whether Kuldeep was still in the country or had fled
abroad. The police have alerted the immigration officials.
A case of murder has been registered.
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