Singapore headless body case: Indian charged

Singapore headless body case: Indian charged
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Singapore headless body case: Indian charged, A headless and decapitated body of Jasvinder Kaur, wife of Harvinder Singh was found floating in a wrapped trash bag in a canal on December 12

SINGAPORE: A headless and decapitated body of Jasvinder Kaur, wife of Harvinder Singh was found floating in a wrapped trash bag in a canal on December 12. Gursharan Singh, 25 is the accused who police said was a friend of the victim Jasvinder Kaur's husband Harvinder Singh. All the three are said to be IndianNationals. The accused has killed the victiom with the help of another man who is on the run, The Strait Times reported today.
The deceased's whose head was missing and both hands were severed at the wrist was identified through forensic means on Wednesday, the report said and added the murder of Kaur, who worked as a beautician here, took place between December 10 and 12.
The case would be heard again on December 27. If convicted, Gursharan, who worked here as a fork-lift driver, faces capital punishment.
Police have searched through thrash at an incineration plant but have yet to find body parts.
The daily cited the couple's neighbours in Balestier Road, saying there was no sign of quarrel between Harvinder and his wife before her death.
Authorities were currently looking for Harvinder, 33, to assist with the probe.
Police said they have sought assistance of counterparts in neighbouring countries to trace his whereabouts.
Harvinder, who worked as senior logistics coordinator, left Singapore via a checkpoint to Malaysia, 30 minutes before Kaur's body was found.
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