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TV Actor Bhupinder Singh Arrested, Faces Murder Charges

TV Actor Bhupinder Singh Arrested, Faces Murder Charges. The actor, along with three companions armed with sticks, got into a violent clash with his neighbors over the cutting of Eucalyptus trees along the boundary of their lands.

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By Ritika Nath
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TV Actor Bhupinder Singh Arrested, Faces Murder Charges
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Popular TV actor Bhupinder Singh, known for his roles in shows like Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon, is now entangled in a serious legal issue - a murder charge. The incident took place at Singh's farmhouse in the village, where he had recently returned after being away. The actor, along with three companions armed with sticks, got into a violent clash with his neighbors over the cutting of Eucalyptus trees along the boundary of their lands.

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Bhupinder Singh and his associates fired more than 10 rounds from licensed and illegal weapons at a family of four. Tragically, a young man named Govind (23) lost his life, while his father Gurdeep Singh, mother Meera Bai, and elder brother Amreek Singh sustained serious injuries. The injured family members are currently in critical condition and receiving treatment at the district hospital.

Upon receiving information about the incident, the DIG from Moradabad visited the injured victims to gather details. However, the family of the victims has accused the police of negligence, claiming that despite filing a complaint on November 19, no action was taken.

The dispute that led to this tragic event revolved around Bhupinder Singh's decision to cut down several Eucalyptus trees to secure his vast 500-bigha agricultural land in Kunakheda, Bijnor. Tensions had been brewing as Singh's neighbors, led by Gurdeep Singh, opposed the tree-cutting, expressing concerns that had been raised during a previous incident. The victims had initially complained to the local Badhapu police station, but their pleas went unanswered, prompting Meera Bai, a family member, to escalate the matter to the Deputy Inspector General (DIG).

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