We are going to have to wait to find out if the mother and uncle of a murdered Maple Ridge woman will be forced to face trial in India for her honour killing.
The Supreme Court of Canada has reserved its decision in the extradition of Jassi Sidhu’s mother Malkit Sidhu, and her uncle Surjit Badesha.
They could face trial for murder and conspiracy after Jassi’s body was found in India in 2000.
Indian police believe her mother and uncle planned and ordered the killing, unhappy because she married a poor rickshaw driver.
The pair had previously been ordered extradited, but that was overturned after the BC Court of Appeal expressed concern the two may not receive a fair trial and may even be tortured.