July 19, 2014: It looks this time is not meant for Punjabi singer turned actor Garry Sandhu!! As per a recent report published in well-known newspaper Hindustantimes, The Jalandhar Commissionerate Police will soon summon Punjabi singer Garry Sandhu for allegedly helping one of his friend Ramneet Uppal (Romy) flee outside India.
Actually, Garry Sandhu’s friend Romy was convicted of murderous assault on Burundi Student ‘Yannick Nihangaza’. And it is coming out that Garry has helped him to flee out of India after he jumped the parole. The Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) said if the police found the involvement of the singer in helping Romy flee away, then strict actions would be taken against him as per the law. “After analysing all major leads in this case, we have decided to summon Sandhu who is said to be a close friend of Romy. We will issue summons in this connection by next week”, said the DCP. The police claims that if Romy has flown out of India, he used a fake passport for this. “We held verification at all passport offices in the country but no details pertaining to Romy were found in the database”, added the DCP.
In Yannick Nihangaza death case, the police are facing serious allegations of shielding Romy, son of late Superintendent Commissioner (SP) Dharam Singh Uppal. The SP had died of Cardiac after the police arrested Romy in this case. According to the sources, Romy’s family has also disappeared ever since he had jumped the parole on in the pretext of his sister’s marriage. Police investigations in this case have also found that Romy’s family sold their entire property in Jalandhar during his parole period.
The DCP said, “Our teams are investigating where Romy could have take a hide. We will hopefully reach a conclusion after grilling the singer.” Sources said that another accused in Yannick Nihangaza death case, Jaskaran Singh Kalsi (Jassa), who was declared a proclaimed offender, would be extradited from Australia next month. Jassa had fled to Australia soon after the incident on study visa and was working as a driver there. On the request of Indian Government, he was arrested by Australian police in May.