Sikhs woman, 3 children murdered in Brussels Belgium
Posted by The Mindset on October 4, 2012
A Sikhs woman of Indian origin and her 3 children aged 7 years, 5 years and 3 years were found dead in Brussels Belgium.
Brussels: A Sikh woman and her three children have been found dead in their home in Brussels. The family hailed from Ludhiana in India, the EuAsiaNews reported on Sunday. It was the woman’s husband who made the terrible discovery when he returned home from work on Friday. All four victims had their throats cut.
The authorities have confirmed that they are investigating the crime, but have refused to comment further on the case. The father whom the Belgian media named as Jasbir Singh, 37, was living in Belgium since 15 years and was working in a restaurant. His wife joined him around five years ago.
Singh told a Belgian TV that he attempted to call his home in Etterbeek area Friday night in vain. Worried, he returned home and discovered the lifeless body of his wife and three sons. “I did not understand what happened, how it happened,” he told the a news channel on Saturday.
“It was dark inside. I called, no one answered. When I turned on the lights, I saw blood everywhere. I immediately called the police,” said Singh. According to their neighbours, there was no problem between the husband and his wife.
Another report says that a coworker of Mr. Jasbir Singh is a suspect:
Indian Sikh Jasbir Singh, whose wife and three children were found murdered last Friday in Brussels, has accused one of his colleagues for the crime, the EuAsiaNews reported.
The gruesome crime took place in the Brussels borough of Etterbeek and Jasbir Singh, who worked in a cafe, has told reporters that one of his colleagues, reportedly from Bangladesh, acted suspiciously when he returned from holidays last year.
“He was jealous and I never understood what had happened,” the 37-year old Sikh hailing from Punjab’s Ludhiana district told the media.
The suspect went missing last Friday. “We can’t find him. He didn’t return to work. We tried to phone him but he didn’t answer,” said Jasbir Singh, who has been living in Belgium for 15 years