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Indian fugitive Ramanjit ‘Romi’ Singh played key role in jail break, Hong Kong extradition hearing told

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Indian fugitive Ramanjit ‘Romi’ Singh played key role in jail break, Hong Kong extradition hearing toldA Hong Kong resident challenging his extradition to India was on Tuesday accused of playing an essential role in a jail break that took place in his native country three years ago.Wayne Walsh SC, for the Indian government, said Ramanjit Singh, also known as Romi, funded the attackers who released terrorists from a maximum-security jail in Nabha, and then paid for their hideouts and living expenses.Eastern Court heard the jail break on November 27, 2016, was one of two criminal cases against… ......
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