Sippy suspected threat to life, had told Mohali police

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Old 22-Sep-2015
Post Sippy suspected threat to life, had told Mohali police

Sukhmanpreet Singh Sidhu, alias Sippy, was aware that his life was under a threat.
Sippy had approached the Mohali police around a month and a half ago saying that he suspected that he was being followed by someone.
He had told the police verbally that he had noticed a Maruti car making the rounds of his residence at Phase 3B2 here. Confirming the development, Inspector Mahesh Saini, SHO of the Mataur police station, said Sippy had approached him about 45 days ago before going abroad.
Saini said they had checked the footage of CCTV cameras installed in a neighbouring house of Sippy.
“We saw a car but its exact colour and registration number could not be noticed in the footage,” said Saini.
Asked whether the Mohali police had lodged a DDR or an FIR in this connection, Saini said no such step was taken as Sippy had left for the UK.
“After London, he went to British Columbia, Canada, and then to Belgium before returning to India on September 18,” said a cousin of the victim. Sippy’s latest status on Facebook showed, “Brussels; love it”, from Brussels, Belgium, on September 16 and he was last seen on WhatsApp at 7.38 pm yesterday.
“He had posted some videos, shot in Canada, on a family group, created on WhatsApp yesterday,” said the cousin.
Sippy, who had completed his LLB around five years ago, had started his law firm in Mohali and soon opened branches in several countries. An ambitious youngster, Sippy was the secretary general of the Paralympic Committee of Punjab and MD of Playsports and Entertainment.

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