Gursewak Dhillon pleads guilty to the manslaughter of Indian toddler Gurshan Singh Channa


This bloke reckons the poor little boy was accidental killed when he flung the front door open hitting the child in the head.In a panic he put him in the boot and drove around for 3 hours before dumping his body near Melbourne Airport. He claims he did this because he was scared he would be sent back to India. For an accident? Why not just go into an adjoining room where his mother was and explain the terrible and tragic accident, call ambo and police? No he acted like he was helping the family in their grief of thinking their kid had been abducted etc. Their has to be more to this but it will not bring little Gurshan back…
Gursewak Dhillon

Gursewak Dhillon has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Gurshan Singh Channa

A HOUSEMATE has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Indian toddler Gurshan Singh Channa, whose body was found near Melbourne Airport in March.
Gursewak Dhillon, 23, who shared a home with Gurshan and his parents Harjit Singh and Harpreet Kaur Channa at the time of the three-year-old’s death, pleaded guilty in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court this morning.

Standing before magistrate Peter Reardon, Dhillon said “I’m guilty, your honour”, in response to one count of manslaughter by criminal negligence.

Gurshan’s body was found by a council worker in grass by the side of a road in March, some 20km from his family’s home in Lalor.

Police allege Dhillon placed the boy unconscious but alive in the boot of his car, drove him in the boot for at least three hours and dumped him at Oaklands Junction without checking to see if he was alive or dead.

He will face the Supreme Court for a directions hearing on September 21.

The toddler went missing on March 4 when his mother was in the shower at their Lalor home.

His body was found six hours later on a roadside near Melbourne Airport.

His parents are now living in their home town of Kotkapura, India.

Little Gurshan Channa killed by accident claims Gursewak Dhillon

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