Delhi police arrest an Indian national wanted in the UK for serial sex offences against women.
NEW DELHI, INDIA (APRIL 06, 2015) (ANI) – Delhi police have arrested an Indian national wanted in the U.K. for serial sex offences against women.
The accused, Raminder Singh, against whom Interpol had issued a red corner notice in 2012, was arrested in the capital on Sunday (April 05), after the British High Commission requested the Indian authorities to trace the suspect who had fled from the UK.
Singh is accused to have raped and attempted to murder two women in Scotland in 2012.
Police said a team was constituted to nab the accused who was flitting between adjoining Chandigarh and Punjab, assuming fake identities.
“On April 05, specific information was received that Raminder Singh would come from Punjab to Delhi to meet one of his acquaintances for getting a forged passport for himself on a fake identity. On this information, a trap was laid and Raminder Singh, aged 28 years, son of late Raghuvir Singh, resident of Sector 34-D, Chandigarh, was apprehended from Alipur, Delhi. He has been arrested and being produced in court,” said Ravindra Yadav, Joint Commissioner of Police, Crime Branch, on Monday (April 06).
Singh had gone to the U.K. for higher studies in Edinburgh in 2009.
As per the British authorities, Singh had fled from the U.K. immediately after committing the crimes and had been staying in India on fake identities.
Interpol has been informed about his arrest, added Yadav.