UK News: India extradition battle over London couple who 'hired assassins to kill adopted son to claim insurance money' - - PressFrom - United Kingdom
  •   
  •   

UK News India extradition battle over London couple who 'hired assassins to kill adopted son to claim insurance money'

20:00  16 october  2019
20:00  16 october  2019 Source:   uk.news.yahoo.com

Yahoo could owe you $358 or more as a part of its data breach settlement

  Yahoo could owe you $358 or more as a part of its data breach settlement That email Yahoo sent you is legit. If you had a Yahoo account between 2012 and 2016, you could be eligible for a settlement claim as the result of a data hack.The breaches ranged in scope from two in 2012 where Yahoo said no data was taken, to a 2013 breach where hackers were able to gain access to all of the more than 3 billion Yahoo accounts and steal names, email addresses, telephone numbers, birth dates, passwords and answers to security questions.

Arti Dhir and Kaval Raijada are fighting extradition over the murder of their adopted son , aged 11. A couple living in London are facing calls to be extradited to India over allegations they arranged for the They began preparing adoption papers. However, Indian police claim Ms Dhir and Mr Raijada

Indian prosecutors allege Dhir, who worked at Heathrow Airport, was behind the brutal killing of her “From the day Gopal’s life insurance was taken, Nitish began making plans to kill him. Interpol appealed for information after Indian authorities submitted an extradition request to face a murder trial.

a man and woman posing for a photo: Arti Dhir (L), 55, and Kaval Raijada, 30,are wanted in India for the murder of their adopted son (Picture: Interpol) Arti Dhir (L), 55, and Kaval Raijada, 30,are wanted in India for the murder of their adopted son (Picture: Interpol)

A London couple accused of hiring assassins to kill their adopted son in India so they could claim his life insurance will not be extradited to face charges.

Indian authorities wanted Arti Dhir, 55, and Kaval Raijada, 30, to return to the country but they have so far been denied by British courts that have ruled it would contravene the couple’s human rights.

Police alleged the couple, from west London, planned the murder of Gopal Sejani, 11, in Gujarat, in 2017 in order to get a £150,000 payout from an insurance company.

Mark Duggan's Family Settles High Court Claim Against Met Police

  Mark Duggan's Family Settles High Court Claim Against Met Police The family of Mark Duggan – whose killing sparked civil unrest across England in 2011 – has settled a High Court damages claim against the Metropolitan Police over his shooting. At a brief hearing in London on Thursday, Mr Justice Stewart approved a confidential settlement of Duggan’s family’s claim against the Met.

An NRI couple in the United Kingdom, who has been accused of murdering a 12-year-old adopted boy in Gujarat for insurance money , is reportedly fighting extradition The couple then took a life cover for him and hired killers to murder the boy so that they could claim the Rs 1.3 crore insurance payout.

London : In another blow to India , a UK court refused to extradite a London -based couple accused of murdering their adopted son in India to claim life insurance . Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot ( who is also the district judge for the Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi extradition cases) found prima

Both of them deny the allegations.

Junagadh Police Superintendent Saurab Singh, in Gujarat, told the BBC: "It was a huge amount and she paid two premiums (£15,000), knowing very well that in the event of Gopal's death, she would be paid ten times the insured amount."

The couple, who do not have children, adopted orphan Gopal after initially placing a newspaper advert in 2015, according to court papers.

The farm boy was in the care of his brother in law Harsukh Kardani and his older sister at the time and they agreed to let him go because they wanted a better life for him in the UK.

Police alleged it was all a deception and the couple actually planned his killing after taking out a life insurance policy, which would be paid out after a decade, after visiting Keshod, in Gujarat, India.

Drug-driver's 'despicable' court outburst as he's jailed for killing girlfriend in crash

  Drug-driver's 'despicable' court outburst as he's jailed for killing girlfriend in crash A drug-driver who blamed his girlfriend for her death after he left her in the wreckage of a crash has been jailed for nine years. Adrian Paskin, 35, fled the scene in Handsworth, Birmingham, after smashing into another car at 100mph in his Ford Fiesta on August 17. Paskin, who had no licence or insurance, pulled his hood up and ran off, leaving Sarah Handley, 28, on his rear seat with a fatal head injury, Birmingham Crown Court heard. TheAdrian Paskin, 35, fled the scene in Handsworth, Birmingham, after smashing into another car at 100mph in his Ford Fiesta on August 17.

Non Resident Indian couple adopted Gopal in 2015; left him in India with a friend who hired Nitish, who also lived in London before shifting to India after his visa expired, had planned along with the Police have filed FIR against the trio for conspiring to kill Gopal who died after a knife attack by

A British couple who yesterday lost their battle against extradition to the US in a dispute over work expenses said the ‘injustice is too much to bear’. But in May 2009, after Mr Siegel reintroduced his son to the business, the couple resigned due to disagreements with him and returned to the UK.

a group of people posing for a photo: Indian police © Provided by Oath Inc. Indian police

Gopal died in hospital after being kidnapped and stabbed by two men on motorbikes in Gujarat on 8 February 2017, according to police.

The boy, who was found lying injured in the street, had been waiting for his UK visa application to be approved.

Gopal’s brother-in-law Mr Kardani was also murdered trying to defend him from the attackers.

Police said it was the third time someone had tried to kill the boy.

They later arrested four men, with one of them claiming they were a friend of Ms Dhir and Mr Raijada and had previously lived with them in London when he was a student.

The couple is wanted for a total of six offences, including kidnapping and conspiracy to murder.

They were detained by British police in June 2017 after an extradition request was sent by the Indian authorities but this was denied by a judge on July 2.

Biggest news stories of 2019 (Photos)

Claim of kidnap plot as Assange seeks extradition delay

  Claim of kidnap plot as Assange seeks extradition delay Julian Assange's lawyer has accused the US of attempting to "kidnap and harm" the WikiLeaks founder, as he argued for a delay in his extradition. He claimed the US had "intruded" on conversations between Assange and his lawyers while he was in the Ecuadorian embassy and the intrusions included "hooded men breaking into offices".The WikiLeaks founder is appearing in a London court for a hearing on whether he should be extradited to the US to face spying charges.He reportedly told a hearing earlier this year that he feared he would be kidnapped by the US.

A UK-based Indian couple has been accused of getting their adopted son killed for insurance money . Non-resident Indian couple Arti Loknath Inspector Tilva said Gopal was living with Nitish who hired the assailants to attack the boy. " Hired assailants attacked Gopal and Harsukh Patel after

An NRI couple was booked for allegedly murdering a boy, whom they adopted in 2015, so as to pocket the insurance amount of ₹1.2 crore which Nitish, who also lived in London before shifting here after his visa expired, had planned along with the couple since 2015 to kill Gopal,” Mr. Tilva said.

Senior District Judge Emma Arbuthnot admitted there was enough evidence to extradite the couple but argued the maximum punishment they could receive of life in prison without parole would have contravened their human rights under UK law.

She described the sentence as inhuman and degrading, with experts arguing the fact India was unlikely to release the couple even in compassionate circumstances influenced the judge’s decision.

Ms Dhir, who is on bail with her husband until an appeal is heard, refused to comment when she was approached by the BBC outside her home.

The insurance company never paid out to the couple.

The investigation of the murders in India continues.

MSN UK is committed to Empowering the Planet and taking urgent action to protect our environment. We’re supporting Friends of the Earth to help solve the climate crisis - please give generously here or find out more about our campaign here.

A Chinese businessman hired a hitman, who hired a hitman, who hired a hitman, who hired a hitman, who hired a hitman, court documents say. Now they've all been sentenced to prison. .
The job went through five hitmen before the fifth hitman struck a deal with the victim to fake his death instead of killing him.The five hitmen and the businessman who is alleged to have originally contracted the murder were sentenced to time in prison on October 17 at the Nanning Intermediate People's Court in China's southern Guangxi province, according to a court release.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 25
This is interesting!