Navreet Kaur Waraich stabbed to death
Surrey, October 31, 2006
Three NRI women have been killed within
two weeks due to social and criminal problem in our
Navreet Kaur Waraich had been stabbed
to death by her husband in basement of Newton county.
Her husband Jatinder Waraich, cab driver was arrested.
They have four month old baby. Navreet
was calling her family in India every
week that she had been mistreated by her husband. Her
father, Dilbag Gill in Amritsar, India said that he
wants to come to Canada to deal with his daughter's
funeral and also look after her son.
RCMP Cpl. Roger Morrow said police were
called to Waraich's rented home in the 7000-block of
123 B Street about 3:30 p.m. Sunday. The RCMP said the
case is one of domestic violence and that the victim
succumbed to multiple stab wounds.
Attorney General Wally Oppal
said some within the Indo-Canadian community are so
concerned about public reputation that they don't want
to get help when there is a problem. He is extremely
concerned about the recent violence in his community.
"Let's just solve it within the house. Let's not
get anyone else involved," Oppal said, describing
a common attitude. "Our temples have to get involved
Manjit Phangali was murdered and her burned body was
found near Airport.
Police is still investigating this case.
Maninder Singh Gill, Radio owner put up a $50,000 reward
for information leading to an arrest in Panghali murder.
On Oct. 19, Gurjeet
Kaur Ghuman, 40, was shot in the face by her
husband Paramjit Ghuman and later shot himself.
A founder of the India Mahila Association, Raminder
Dosanjh said the three cases demand a community response.
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