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Vengeful Ex-Boyfriend's Horrific Act: Nursing Student Buried Alive In Australia

Singh abducted 21-year-old nursing student Jasmeen Kaur, driving her over 400 miles while bound with cable ties before burying her alive in the remote Flinders Ranges, underscoring the shocking depths of his vengeful act.

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A chilling court hearing in Australia has revealed the shocking details of a heinous crime committed by Tarikjot Singh, a jilted ex-boyfriend from India. Singh abducted 21-year-old nursing student Jasmeen Kaur in a vengeful act, driving her over 400 miles while bound with cable ties in the boot of a borrowed car. He then buried her alive in the remote Flinders Ranges of South Australia, as reported by news.com.au and other websites.

Kaur, who had previously reported Singh to the police for stalking, was abducted from her workplace on March 5, 2021. Singh made superficial cuts to her throat, causing her immense suffering, but not immediate death. She tragically died aware of her surroundings, breathing in and swallowing soil before succumbing to her horrifying fate on March 6.

During the court hearing, prosecutor Carmen Matteo described the murder as an act of extreme cruelty, highlighting Kaur's conscious suffering in her final moments. The details of the crime shed light on the uncommon level of vengeance involved, indicating Singh's inability to accept the end of their relationship.

Singh had written several messages to Kaur before her death, expressing vindictive sentiments that were never sent. One message read, "Your bad luck that I am still alive, cheap, wait and watch, will get the answer, each and every single one will get the answer."

Initially denying murder and claiming Kaur had committed suicide, Singh eventually pleaded guilty before the trial. He led officers to her burial site, where her personal belongings were discovered in a bin alongside looped cable ties. CCTV footage also captured Singh purchasing gloves, cable ties, and a shovel just hours before the murder at a local store.

While facing a mandatory life sentence, Singh's defense seeks a more lenient punishment, arguing it was a "crime of passion." The court is expected to impose a non-parole period next month, weighing the severity of the crime against the defense's plea for mercy.

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