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Toronto Woman Sharanjit Kaur Killed By Her Friend Navdeep Singh Was From Jalandhar

Darpan News Desk, 13 Dec, 2019

    A 27-year-old woman from Jalandhar and her male friend who hailed from Amritsar were found dead under mysterious circumstances in Brampton in the wee hours of Tuesday.


    Sharanjit Kaur was a resident of Bhandhala village near Noormahal in Jalandhar, and her friend Navdeep Singh of Khilchian village in Amritsar.


    The police said the preliminary investigation revealed that Navdeep Singh murdered Sharanjit Kaur before killing himself.


    Sharanjit was a permanent resident while Navdeep had applied for “shelter” in Canada. Reports said officers from the Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau were further investigating the incident.

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