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NRI woman booked for killing husband

punjab Updated: May 19, 2016 17:35 IST
Shailee Dogra
Shailee Dogra
Hindustan Times
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Jaskaran was found murdered in Sawara village in Kharar on March 16.(HT Representative Image)

Police on Thursday finally claimed to have solved the murder mystery of non-resident Indian (NRI) Jaskaran Singh (33) after two months and booked his wife, a Canadian resident, for getting him murdered.

Jaskaran was found murdered in Sawara village in Kharar on March 16.

Police got a breakthrough in this blind murder case with the arrest of four persons-----Lakhbir Singh who murdered Jaskaran on March 16, Davinder Singh aka Prince, Bhawanpreet Bhangu and Gurpreet Singh aka Soni for their involvement in the murder of Jaskaran at behest of his estranged wife Pawandeep Kaur, who is a Canadian resident staying in Toranto. Pawandeep had conspired to kill Jakaran and had even paid Rs 2.75 lakh to the killers.

Jaskaran, a property dealer by profession, was staying with his parents for almost a year at Swara village. His body was found in the fields of Swara village in Kharar near some shacks at the rear of a primary school on March 16. Jaskaran had been stabbed multiple times with a sharp-edged weapon. There were injuries at the chest, stomach and private parts of his body.

Jaskaran is a cousin of Punjabi lyricist Jass Swara. Jaskaran had a strained relationship with his wife Pawandeep Kaur, who are settled in Canada with a son Ekum and a daughter.

Jaskaran had constructed a building that he had named Ekum Complex opposite Thunder Zone, an amusement park and had rented out 12 shops.