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NRI hotelier, Ranjit Singh Power

NRI Ranjit Singh Power, kidnapped or killed in Punjab, during his business trip to Punjab
“We just want our dad back,” said Emma, daughter of Ranjit Singh Power

Birmingham, May 26, 2015

NRI Ranjit Singh Power, 54, who owns the Ramada Park Hall Hotel in UK may have been kidnapped or killed in Punjab, during his business trip on May 07 from Birmingham Airport and due to fly home on May 14. Ranjit Singh Power last spoke to his hotel partner, Angela Bir, on May 7 when he landed in India.

“We just want our dad back,” said Emma, daughter of Ranjit Singh Power. “He is a very careful, quite, always aware of his security an safety and never fail to keep in regular contact with us.”

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A message from Emma, daughter of Ranjit Power:

“I know you may see nothing but my Father’s face on your Facebook feed, but I urge everyone to share his picture and keep it fresh in everyone’s mind. We need to find him. We need to being him home. You would do anything for your parents……I will continue to do everything I can for my Dad”

A simple ‘like’ and share could make all the difference. It could catch the attention of someone who knows something that could help bring Ranjit back home. Pleas…
£25,000 (2,455,885 Indian rupees) reward for any information leading to his safe return! Please call the UK West Midlands police on 101 or Punjab police on 00919876200606

Mr Power’s wife, daughter Emma 26 and son Gian 23, are offering a £10,000 reward for information leading to his safe return. According the Chandigarh NRIpress representative, Gian Power, son of the UK NRI Ranjit Singh Power, announcing £25,000 reward to the person informing about the missing NRI father.

Mr Power owned the Connaught Hotel on Tettenhall Road and sold in 2004.

In 2011, His Business Partners and Mr Power and invested £1.2 million to upgrade and refurbish the hotel, in Park Drive, Goldthorn Park.

The Punjab Police is questioning several people and quiz driver over the disappearance of a wealthy Wolverhampton businessman.

Ranjit Power grew up in the West Midlands, has now been placed on the West Midlands Police’s Missing Persons list as the Foreign Office joins the investigation.

NRI Baldev Singh Deol, close friend of Ranjit, received Ranjit on May 7 at the airport. He also dropped his mother and sister at the airport on May 5. Baldev flew back to England on May 15 and told Punjab police on telephone: “Ranjit and me were also having business relations and I have nothing to do with the mysterious disappearance of Ranjit in Punjab.” The Punjab police has registered the case as alleged accused NRI Baldev Singh Deol.
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NRI hotelier missing in Punjab still untraceable

Chandigarh, May 27, 2015:

Punjab Police have booked a UK-based NRI for the mysterious disappearance of a British hotelier of Indian origin Ranjit Singh Power, who has been missing from the state since May 7, an official said on Wednesday.

A kidnapping case has been registered by the Jalandhar police against non-resident Indian (NRI) Baldev Deol, who is the victim’s friend and business partner, on the complaint of the hotelier’s brother Amrik Singh, who resides in Jalandhar.

The driver of Deol, along with several people, was questioned over the disappearance of the Wolverhampton businessman but no major breakthrough has been achieved so far, a senior police official told IANS and added that the city police had received no request in this regard from UK officials.

“If needed we will seek the assistance of Interpol to trace Deol,” he said, requesting anonymity.

Deol was also in Jalandhar when Power went missing.

Power, who was on a business visit, had gone missing on the day he reached the Amritsar airport on May 7. On the complaint of his brother, the police had registered a kidnapping case against the victim’s friend and business partner Deol.

Police Commissioner Yurinder Singh Hayer has been overseeing the investigating.

The 54-year-old Power, who owns a four-star Hotel in Wolverhampton, last spoke to his wife Angela Bir on May 7 when he landed in India, said the official.

Power had come to India for a business deal, claimed his family, who have announced a reward of 25,000 pounds for providing information about his whereabouts.

‘Express & Star’ quoted Power’s daughter Emma on Tuesday: “Police in India are questioning individuals at the moment but that is as much as I know at the moment. Nothing else has been said back from India as of now.”....IANS