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Prosecutor promises fast extradition for Indian-origin murder suspect

Rajwinder Singh was detained in Delhi on charges of killing an Australian, Toyah Cordingley in 2018, on a Queensland beach.

While a murder suspect appears before an Indian court, the prosecutor makes fast extradition promise. (Twitter)

Authorities will pursue extradition proceedings against the man accused of killing a 24-year-old Australian girl Toyah Cordingley on a Queensland beach in 2018 with "maximum speed," according to the Indian public prosecutor in charge of the case.

Rajwinder Singh, an Indian-born Australian citizen, was apprehended by Delhi police last Friday after the Queensland government offered a record US$1 million reward for his capture earlier this month.

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