- Toronto NRI Jasbir Singh Dhaliwal
refused to marry girl friend, Amanpal Kaur Gill, later he was
shot to death when he tried to marry another girl in Punjab
- Amanpal Kaur Gill's brother Gursewak
Singh, alias Inderjit Singh went to India and came back one day
before the murder..........??????????
police must initiate the process through Govt. to Govt. to extradite
June 08, 2008: NRI
Jasbir Singh Dhaliwal's family requested to Peel police for arrest
of Amanpal Gill and her brother, Gursewak Gill on the bases of
Indian police have already issued arrest warrants for allegedly
conspiring to murder her ex-boyfriend, Jasvir Singh Dhaliwal.
Ontatario, Peel police say:
- They can't get involved in what they call "a political
hot potato" without a direct request from Indian authorities.
- Indian police would have to initiate the process on their
end. It's their case
- We don't deal with extradition cases all that often, especially
involving murder in other jurisdictions
- May 22, 2008: NRI
girl brought brother to Canada by bogus marriage with Faked passprt
and later masterminded to kill her NRI boy friend in India-
Moga, Punjab, alleged in an interview with the
Toronto Star yesterday that Amanpal Gill of Brampton "married"
her brother Gursewak Gill – who used the alias Inderjit
Singh Brar for the marriage in India, as well as on the fake Indian
passport he used when entering Canada. ...Read
Police arrested fourth person of Canadian NRI Jasbir Singh's murder
Moga, April 04, 2008
The Moga police arrested fourth accused Amit Madan,
a driving of the car used in the shooting of NRI Jasbir Singh. On
our telephone call to the police station, it was confirmed that
Amit Madan surrendered himself yesterday.
Amit Madan was produced in the court of Judicial Magistrate
Kuljit Pal Singh, who remanded him for three days. Amit confessed
that he had kept the revolver in his office at Ladhowal, Ludhiana
after committing the murder by constable Ashok Kumar. The police
went to his office and recovered the revolver.
Amit Madan also confessed that: after three murder,
we all three- including Ashok Kumar, NRI Gursewak Singh (brother
of NRI Amanpal Gill) went to Kasauli in Himachal Pradesh to fire
the car that used in the murder and pushed it into a deep narrow
passage with steep rocky sides.
The Moga police has sent crew with Amit Madan to recover
the damaged car from Kasauli.
Now police had arrested four people to proceed this
- Punjab Singh, father of NRI Gursewak Singh.
- Shivinder Kaur, mother of NRI Gursewak Singh
- Ashwini Kumar, contract killer, a policeman with
Indian Reserve Battalion.
- Amit Madan, who was a driving of the car used in the crime
The Moga police is preparing the case
to extradite NRI Gursewak Singh, alias Inderjit Singh and his sister
Amanpal Kaur Gill from Brampton, Canada
Police arrested policeman for Candian NRI Jasbir Singh's murder
Moga, March 13, 2008
On Wednesday, the Punjab Police arrested Ashwini
Kumar, contract killer, a policeman with Indian Reserve Battalion.
He was charged of firing several bullets to kill NRI Jasbir Singh.
His wife is also accused for conspiracy. The police is also looking
to nab another accused, Amit who is involved in this murder. The
Moga police also arrested parents of Gursewak Singh.
The Moga police is preparing the case to extradite
NRI Gursewak Singh, alias Inderjit Singh and his sister Amanpal
Kaur Gill from Canada
Moga police identified killer of NRI Jasbir Singh
Moga, February 21, 2008
The Moga police confirmed that NRI Gursewak Singh, alias Inderjit
Singh, a resident of Gonsgarh in Ludhiana is a prime suspect and
accused of the murder of NRI Jasbir Singh.
The police suspected it to be contract killing but now the police
found that Gursewak did the job himself. It is believed that Gursewak
was in India after committing the crime and left India between February
14 and 16. Police are in touch with the Canadian embassy for verification.
Jasbir Singh and Gursewak were friends in Brampton, Ontario, Canada
and had worked in the same Canadian company. Jasbir had an affair
with Amanpal Gill, sister of Gursewak Singh. Jasbir's friend said
he had no intention of marrying Amanpal Gill.
The Moga police told media that Punjab Singh, father of the Gursewak
Singh who had been absconding since the day of murder on February
13, surrendered before Moga SSP Ashok Baath. Punjab Singh revealed
to the investigation team that his son Gursewak Singh arrived from
Canada to kill Jasbir and he had asked him not to take this extreme
step. Gurmeet Kaur, the mother of Gursewak has been admitted to
a Ludhiana hospital and the Moga police have been keeping a strict
Gurmeet Kaur said: “My son Gursewak Singh is innocent. Amanpal
wanted to marry Jasbir. We even offered them more money for the
marriage as Jasbir was marrying the other girl for a hefty dowry.
My son had come to India on Jan 27 and gone back on Feb 12. How
could he be the killer?”
The police revealed that Gursewak had gone back to Canada on a
passport issued in the name of Inderjit Singh and had married his
sister Amanpal Kaur on papers to get immigration. If it is approved
he should be deported.
The SSP said they believed that Gursewak was in India after committing
the crime and left the country between February 14 and 16. Police
are in touch with the Canadian embassy for verification.
The police is also in search of the third person who belongs to
Jasbir Singh's village helped Gursewak Singh and involved in the
February 17, 2008
- Jasbir Singh drove a truck-trailer in Canada who reportedly
had an affair with Amanpal Gill and was murdered just one day
before his wedding in India
- The Punjab police have registered a case to book an NRI brother
Gursewak Singh Gill and his sister Amanpal Kaur Gill, for the
- The police are also came to know that Gursewak had married his
own sister Amanpal Gill on paper under the adopted name as of
passport of Inderjit Singh to help her migrate to Canada.
- The police confirmed that in recent months that Gursewak Singh
Gill never traveled to India and he must be using a passport under
to marry Toronto girl friend, shot to death
when he tried to marry another girl in Punjab
Jilted NRI girl hired Moga killers
Moga, February 16, 2008
The murder of two cousins on February 13, when they were returning
from marriage of their sister from Nihal Singh Wala has taken
a turn with the police getting the clue that a Canada based jilted
NRI girl has got her ‘boy friend’ (one of the deceased)
eliminated through hired killers for ditching her.
As per information, one of the victims, Jasbir Singh, an NRI,
had a relationship with Brampton resident Amanpal Gill. Jasbir
Singh had refused marriage to the girl despite the relationship
and had come to Punjab to marry another girl. It is learnt that
the girl had threatened Jasvir before,leaving Canada that she
would wipe him out, if he tried to marry some other girl.
Jasbir Singh's marriage was fixed for February 14, at Landeke
village in Moga. Jasbir's cousin Harpreet Singh, hailing from
Chakkar village was also murdered in the incident.
The police stated that it could be a case of contract killing.
They suspected that the girl had got Jasbir Singh eliminated through
her brother who had landed in India ahead of the victim's marriage
to another girl in Punjab. "Probably the girl had hired killers
through her brother or other family members," said police.
Some unidentified men in a car shot dead Jasbir Singh and his
cousin Harpreet Singh when they were returning from the marriage
on the evening of February 13.
The eyewitnesses had told police that the car was hired by Jasbir
Singh's family late in the evening and a clean shaven boy opened
fire from the side window, killing Jasbir Singh on the spot. His
cousin, who was sitting on the rear seat, attempted to jump out
of the vehicle and accused also sprayed bullets on him.
SSP, Moga, Ashok Baath stated that the police had registered
a case against Amanpal Gill and her NRI brother Gursewak Singh,
besides other unknown persons