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India: Case Appeal and Court Ruling

india: One last, last chance accused in honour killing case appeal for clemency Jaswinder Sidhu's mom, uncle ordered extradited to India over her slaying According to documents filed in the case, Darshan Singh Sidhu became a permanent resident on May 4, 2008, when he landed at Vancouver International Airport along with his wife and son, according to CBC. He was on parole at the time after being convicted, in India, of murder three years earlier. The revelation the latest twist in a story that dates back to a notorious slaying in the province of Punjab in 2000 is laid out in a recent federal court ruling. The court documents say the family was sponsored by his daughter, who is married to the son of one of two Canadians currently fighting extradition to India for allegedly masterminding Jassi Sidhu's killing. The federal court file includes a photocopy of the form. Darshan Singh Sidhu first applied for permanent resident status in 2007. ( As reported in the news.