Boy strangled girlfriend to death, then drowned, burned, and buried; four suspects detained

The deceased girl, Jaspinder Kaur, has been missing since November 24.


In Ludhiana's Jagraon town in Punjab, a man fatally strangled his sweetheart with a chunni. The girl was forced to drown in the river by the first accused. When the dead body did not drown in the river, the accused moved it to his stud farm with the help of his buddies.

The lifeless body of the girl was initially intended to be burned in the farm's back area, but when that failed, the accused eventually dug a pit and rented a JCB machine to bury the body.

The girl had been buried by the accused in the Boparae village. 4 persons have been detained in this case by rural police. A case has been filed against lovers Parampreet Singh, Bhawanpreet, Ekmjot, and one other of the defendants. The deceased body of the girl is being taken out by the police at the same moment.

The deceased girl, Jaspinder Kaur, has been missing since November 24. She was never located despite the family's extensive search for her. After a raid, the police apprehended the accused's brother Bhavanpreet, who confessed to strangling the girl to death with a chunri.

According to the testimony of Kamaljeet Singh, the brother of Jaspinder Kaur and the son of Shaminder Singh, the police have opened an investigation. Shaminder claimed in the complaint that on November 24, his mother had left to work at a school and his father had left for the farm.

From the house, the girl had stolen money and gold. During this time, Jaspinder Kaur stole 12 tolas of gold and INR 20,000 from the home before leaving with Parampreet Singh Param. On December 5, Param and Bhavna's father, Harpinder Singh, who lives in abroad, called Jaspinder Kaur's family and informed them that their daughter had been murdered.