Jaspal Singh & His Parents Charged With Killing His Wife & 2 Year Old Daughter


In a truly shocking case, Police in Mohali has charged Jaspal Singh and his parents with murder. This comes after Jaspals Singhs 27-year-old wife and two-year-old daughter were found charred to death at their house on Friday.

Ram Singh, Jaspals Father attempted to pass it off as a cylinder blast, preliminary investigations revealed that victim Harmanpreet Kaur had poured kerosene over herself and the child, Jasreet, before setting themselves ablaze at their house in Dhananuni village.

Mohali Police have confirmed that so far, only Jaspal and his father Ram Singh have been arrested in the abetment to suicide case.

Acting on information that the woman and the child had been killed in a cylinder blast caused by a gas leak. The Mohali police reached the spot at 7am to be told by Jaspal that his wife had gone to the kitchen with their daughter to make tea at 6am.

Jaspal said he rushed to the kitchen after hearing his wife’s screams and saw the two engulfed in flames. He said he could not succeed in saving them.

Suspicions were raised once the police trawled through the burnt kitchen of the house.

Police recovered a melted five-litre can of kerosene in the kitchen and alarmingly the gas cylinder was still intact. Further, inspection revealed no cylinder blast had taken place. Nothing was found on the kitchen counter to show that Harmanpreet was about to make tea when the fire broke out.

Jaspal and his family even tried to cut the gas pipeline to prove that the fire had been caused by a gas leak.

Harmanpreet’s father Gurmukh Singh, too, told police that her husband and in-laws used to harass her.

Gurmukh told the police that his daughter had married Jaspal three years back. “He and his parents harassed my daughter from the beginning. He did not visit us in the last three years or even allowed her to talk to us. She did not have a mobile phone and he used to beat her regularly,” he alleged.

“We have arrested the husband and the father-in-law. Further action will be taken after the postmortem report,” said Gurwant Singh, station house officer (SHO), Dera Bassi.

A case under Sections 306 (abetment to suicide) and 201 (causing the disappearance of evidence of the offence, or giving false information to screen offender) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was registered at the Dera Bassi police station against Jaspal and his parents on the basis of a complaint filed by Gurmukh Singh.


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