24 year old girl murdered in Australia, reward of 8 crores, accused arrested from Delhi after 4 years
The accused, who was absconding after killing a 24-year-old girl in Australia in 2018, has been arrested from Delhi. The special thing is that a month ago, a reward of 1 million dollars i.e. about 8 crore rupees was declared on him. The accused came to India only two days after the murder. Since then the search was on.
what is the whole incident
Toyah went for a walk on the beach with her dog on October 21, 2018. It is alleged that during this time he was attacked and killed. When Toya did not return home, the family members started looking for her. Toyah’s body was found on the beach the next day.
In October 2018, Toyah Kordingel was found dead on Wangeti Beach in North Queensland. Murder accused Rajwinder Singh (38) fled to India two days later. Four years after he fled Australia, police on Friday confirmed that Rajwinder Singh has been arrested. Australia appealed for extradition in March last year. The Government of India had accepted it last month.
There was a reward of 8 crores on the accused
A reward of $1 million was announced on Rajwinder last month. The award was the highest in Queensland history. The police were hopeful that Rajwinder Singh would be arrested soon. Although usually the reward is announced only for the arrest of the criminal, but the police kept the reward for the arrest of the accused Rajwinder.
The accused was a resident of Butter Kala village in Amritsar. He came to India two days after the murder, leaving behind his wife, three children and his job. The police had released the photo of Rajwinder Singh, but he had come to India before that. He reached his village in Amritsar, Punjab. However, Rajwinder Singh’s family has denied the allegations. He claimed that he could not kill. Not only this, the family said, Rajwinder Singh’s coming home two days after the murder was also just a coincidence.