Man suspected of killing an Australian woman in Queensland in 2018 is detained by Delhi Police

Delhi Police arrested a man convicted of killing an Australian woman in Queensland in 2018 . The Australian Police offered 1 million Australian dollars, which is more than Rs 5 crore, for the exchange of information about the accused Rajwinder Singh, who murdered Toyah Cordingley in 2018 .

New Delhi (India), November 25 : The Delhi Police arrested a man convicted of killing an Australian woman in Queensland in 2018.The Australian Police offered 1 million Australian dollars, which is more than Rs 5 crore, for the exchange of information about the accused Rajwinder Singh, who murdered Toyah Cordingley in 2018.In a tweet on November 11, the Australian High Commission informed the Australian High Commission of the recognition of One Million Australian Dollars for the detention of one Rajwinder Singh, an Indian-origin Australian citizen, who committed the horrible murder of an Australian lady on 21102018 in Queensland, Australia, and had been absconding since.According to a statement from the police, the CBIINTERPOL, New Delhi, had been issued a non-bailable warrant against his name from the Patiala House Court on 21112022, according to an official statement from the police.

On November 3, Queensland Police said that the accused, who is suspected of killing Toyah Cordingley in 2018, is being taken to the appropriate jail for further investigation.The Queensland High Commissioner to India Barry OFarrell AO issued an AUD 1 million reward for information leading to Singh's discovery and arrest.Singh, who is believed to have been in India and has since been apprehended.The Australian Federal Police based in New Delhi are cooperating with the Central Bureau of Investigation in this case, according to a tweet by the High Commission in India.

Queensland Police Minister Mark Ryan awarded a major reward on October 21 for information leading to the discovery and arrest of 38-year-old Rajwinder Singh, who is believed to be overseas, in connection with Toyah's assassination, according to Detective Acting Superintendent Smith of Queensland.With the establishment of Operation Quebec Clarify, the Queensland Police Service has made investigating Toyah's disappearance, including bringing the perpetrator to justice, as reported by the Australian High Commission.

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