Police have prepared the draft for ‘Red Corner’ notice against Pawandeep Kaur alias Pam, who is the prime accused in the murder case of her NRI husband Jaskaran Singh. The notice will be sent to the Canadian High Commission in Delhi next week. This comes after a court in Kharar issued ‘open-ended’ warrants as well as non-bailable warrants against Pawandeep Kaur last week.
The police said the draft for the Red Corner notice is ready and would be finalised in a day or two following which it will be sent to the Canadian High Commission and the Interpol for the further action. The Red Corner notice will enable the district police to get the accused Pawandeep Kaur extradited from Canada.
Kharar (sadr) SHO Manjeet Singh said they have prepared the draft of the Red Corner notice which contains the statements of all the co-accused of Pawandeep, who had already been arrested, and the details of all circumstantial evidences against her.
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“The notice could be sent next week, it would be sent through the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) to the high commission. The Canadian police have already been informed about it through their high commission,” added the SHO.
Pawandeep is the prime accused in the case as she allegedly planned the murder of her husband with the help of four persons who were arrested by the police last month. The accused Lakhvir Singh, Davinder Singh alias Prince, Bhawanpreet Bhangu (25), Gurpreet Singh alias Sony are presently in judicial custody. Pawandeep allegedly had illicit relations with Gurpreet Singh.
Jaskaran’s body was found in a pool of blood on the outskirts of his native village Swara on March 16. He was a property dealer.