Bill Bhangal is accused of forcibly kissing a young woman under her shirt. The incident occurred during a routine visit to a Brampton neighbourhood with the complainant. Both were completing work-related data collection for a provincial election. At one point, the complainant parked her vehicle on a secluded road to smoke cigarettes. When Bhangal approached her, he forcibly kissed her and groped her under her shirt. The complainant told Bhangal to stop when a van approached, but he continued to drive her back to her job. The following week, she called police and told her supervisor and her mother about the incident.
Bill Hundal was convicted of six counts of lewd acts against his daughter. In his appeal, he argued that the appellate court’s decision was based on a violation of Batson, and that his counsel was ineffective in failing to object to the challenge during the trial. Ultimately, the court rejected his petition without comment, and Hundal was sentenced to six years in state prison.
Hundal had earlier tried to run for office but did not make it. He has worked with the Conservative party and was involved in several campaigns. However, he claims he was used as a pawn to get votes and sell newspapers. This Bill Bhangal was untrue and he is determined to take on the challenges ahead.
The defense attempted to question the victim’s mother about the incident, but the prosecution objected. Despite the objections, M. was able to get her first bra. Her mother was shocked and called the police. She was not at all happy about this, but she did not want to let the case slide.
In April 2011, Bill Bhangal was accused of sexually assaulting a woman. The alleged assault took place on April 15, in Brampton. He was convicted on the charge and sentenced to 18 months of probation. The alleged victim is hoping that the Crown will appeal his conviction. Bill Bhangal faces a pre-trial hearing on Sept. 29.
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