Canadian Sikh surrenders in court, forcibly entered ex-girlfriend’s house and attacked two people


Toronto: 28-year-old Sikh Manveer Singh Dhesi, wanted in Canada on several other charges including assault, threatening, surrendered in Vancouver court. After which the police arrested him.

As per reports, the notice was recently issued by the Burnaby Royal Canadian Mounted Police. In which help was sought from people in locating Dhesi. Manveer surrendered on 31st March seeing the all-round siege.

On March 13, the family members of the ex-girlfriend were attacked

After the arrest, the police presented him in the court. Dhesi is alleged to have created ruckus by entering his ex-girlfriend’s house on March 13. Crown prosecutor Jennifer Dyke said Dhesi had forced his way into his ex-girlfriend’s home and attacked two people.

British Columbia Provincial Court Judge Jeffrey Campbell fined Dhesi $500. He was also ordered not to go within two blocks of his ex-girlfriend’s home or contact any of his alleged victims. Now the next hearing of the case will be on April 27.

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