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Three arrests in West Midlands over Punjab murder case Published 3 hours ago Share Three men have been arrested in the West Midlands over a high-profile murder in India in 2009. Rulda Singh, who was leader of a political group in India, was fatally shot in Patiala, in Punjab. West Midlands Police said officers had arrested two men, aged 37 and 40, in Coventry and a 38-year-old man in Wolverhampton. The force said all three had been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder. Mr Singh, who was in his 60s, died two weeks after being shot outside his home in Patiala. Latest news for the West Midlands The three men were arrested on Monday after extradition warrants were issued at Westminster Magistrates' Court. West Midlands Police said all three appeared at the court as part of the extradition process. They have since been released on bail with strict conditions. Just searched the leader who was 'Killed' his name is 'Rulda Singh' - was a member of RSS! British are the WORST WORST enemy for Sikhs........truly ungrateful cretins.........they're the ones who created this mess and look at them what a POS bunch of RATS! We are not safe ANYWAY......also Priti Patel who praised Modi, is behind this.... Truly heartbreaking... Vaheguru we have really hard times coming
UK Foreign Office: Citizens arrested abroad have ‘no right to our help’ Richard Ratcliffe, husband of British-Iranian dual national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, poses for a photograph after delivering a Mother's Day card and flowers to the Iranian Embassy in London, Britain March 31, 2019. (Reuters/File Photo) Arab News December 28, 2020 18:04 Zaghari-Ratcliffe legal team: ‘That sends an extremely alarming message to … the British public’ LONDON: British citizens unjustly arrested abroad have no right to government protection even if they face torture or are used as diplomatic leverage against the UK, the Foreign Office has warned. The comments were made in a letter to lawyers representing Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the Iranian-British dual national detained by Tehran, The Times newspaper reported. Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested in 2016 and sentenced to five years in prison on charges of “sowing dissent” against the Iranian regime, which she denies. Tehran’s actions have been widely condemned as being politically motivated. Since Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s arrest, she has not once been visited by UK officials either in prison or at home, where she has been since March. The Foreign Office claimed that because Iran has not granted its request for consular access, it is powerless to act. Sarah Broughton, head of consular affairs at the Foreign Office, said in the letter to the Zaghari-Ratcliffe legal team that “British citizens falsely accused overseas have no legal right to consular assistance.” In response, the legal team said: “If it is really the government’s position that it has no obligations even in the extreme and unique circumstances of Nazanin’s case, then that sends an extremely alarming message to the rest of the British public.” Despite UN experts finding that Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s mistreatment in detention amounts to torture, Broughton said the UK government “cannot investigate torture or mistreatment allegations.” David Walters, founder of Arrest Abroad and a 30-year veteran of the Foreign Office, said: “The Foreign Office is hamstrung over Nazanin’s case. It is impotent and paralyzed.” Tulip Siddiq, the Zaghari-Ratcliffe family’s local MP, said: “The UK government is failing at its most basic duty: To protect its citizens.” https://www.arabnews.com/node/1784031/world