Rajwinder Singh, who is accused of killing an Australian woman, was given a 5-day court order.

Rajwinder Singh, 38, was sentenced to one million Australian dollars, or more than Rs 5 crore, in a tweet on November 11 . The man is suspected of killing Toyah Cordingley, 24, in Far North Queensland in 2018 .

New Delhi, India (India), November 25, 2018: After being arrested by the Delhi Police Special Cell, Rajwinder Singh, the man suspected of killing an Australian woman in Queensland in 2018, was sentenced to one million Australian dollars, or more than Rs 5 crore, in a tweet on November 11.The Australian High Commission had issued a Red Corner Notice (RCN), Control No.216.According to an official statement from the police, the CBIINTERPOL, New Delhi, had been issued a non-bailable warrant under The Extradition Act, against his name from the Patiala House Court on 21112022.

and arrested by Special Cell us 41(1) Cr PC.The accused is being returned to the concerned court for further investigation, according to Australian High Commissioner to India Barry OFarrell AO, who was released by the Queensland Government on November 3.The Queensland Government announced a AUD 1 million reward for information on the location and arrest of Rajwinder Singh, 38, who is accused of killing Toyah Cordingley in 2018.According to a statement issued by the Queensland High Commission, Australian Federal Police based in New Delhi have been cooperating with the Central Bureau of Investigation in connection with the 2018 murder of 24-year-old Toyah Cordingley in Far North Queensland.

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