A girl from Jalandhar was murdered in Canada on November 21. Canada police informed her family about her death on Sunday morning.
21-year-old Prabhleen Kaur, who hailed from Chitti village near Lambra in Jalandhar district, had gone to Canada on a study visa.
“My daughter has gone there on November 14, 2016, and she was currently working full-time after completing her course in business management,” inconsolable father, Gurdyal Singh Matharoo said.
Prabhleen was living in Surrey and was supposed to return in January next year. She is survived by her parents and a younger brother.
Her father Gurdial speaks to local media in Punjabi – RCMP called him at 6 am to tell him of his daughter’s death. After this, Gurdial says he’s not been given any other information. Family is devastated but plan to come to Canada to find out what happened to Prabhleen. @NEWS1130 pic.twitter.com/Ycn4axkLg6— Tarnjit Parmar (@Tarnjitkparmar) November 24, 2019
The girl’s father told that Canada police will probe into the case and after that, they’ll know how she was killed and who the culprits are.
“My world has been shattered completely….She was very happy there and her mother, Manjit Kaur, had visited her twice in the past two years. Her mother had just returned three months back after staying with her for nearly three months,” said the father.
Girl’s father, Gurdial said that the family was shocked on hearing the news. Prabhleen had no enmity with anyone and had cordial relations with all her friends, added her father.