A Saskatoon man charged with first-degree murder in the death of a Warman, Sask., woman made his first court appearance Monday.Ranbir Dhull, 42, is alleged to have killed 23-year-old Samandeep Jhinger on July 2. She was reported missing that day and her body found in a house in Warman on July 3.Dhull also faces an outstanding assault charge from March 9, 2020 that was scheduled to go to trial this fall.He was charged with one count of first degree murder.Dhull will make his first appearance in Saskatoon Provincial Court on Monday. RCMP said an autopsy for Jhinger will be done on Tuesday.
That matter has been moved ahead to his next court appearance. One of the individuals with whom he is not supposed to have contact with is the complainant in the assault allegation, according to court documents.The woman was found dead the next day at a residence on the 200 block of 3rd Street West in Warman. RCMP said her death was considered suspicious.Around 5 a.m. the next day, she was found dead inside a Warman home in the 200 block of 3rd Street West.RCMP took 42-year old Ranbir Dhull into custody.
Outside court, Dhull’s lawyer Andrew Mason said he’s not yet seen any disclosure surrounding the murder charge so he could not comment on the particulars of what RCMP allege or the relationship between Dhull and Jhinger.Dhull appeared by phone in Saskatoon provincial court and is scheduled to return July 22.Dekho canada ch ik hor kudi da katal ho gea te jisne kita oh jija si per kis si eh sara pora mamla dkeho eh poori video ch.In a news release, RCMP said Dhull and Jhinger were known to each other. An autopsy will be done Tuesday.After reading the charge to Dhull, the prosecutor also read a list of seven individuals whom Dhull is not allowed to contact while in custody.