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Daughter of slain woman petition against murderer's parole

ABBOTSFORD (NEWS1130) – The daughter of an Abbotsford woman killed 15 years ago is vowing to do what she can to keep the men responsible in prison.

Rupy Sidhu was 18-years old when her mother Baljit Kaur Kondolay was shot dead.

Three people were sent to prison, including Sandeep Toor, who drove the car used in the crime.

He’s now up for parole, but Sidhu doesn’t want to see him released.

“All these years, we’ve been dealing with it. These are suppressed feelings, and because the justice system gives these criminals so many rights, they’ve actually thrown another bomb on us.”

Sidhu says the family can’t get closure if the men responsible are freed.

“It’s complete injustice to my mom. It’s complete injustice to me and my family. We’re the ones that are living with a life sentence, with the loss of my mom.”

Sidhu is asking you to lend your name to her efforts.

She has started a petition she hopes to present to the parole board when Toor’s case comes up.