London, Aug 15 (ANI): British Police investigating the killing of an Indian origin woman, who was found with her hand chopped off in north-west London, have charged a fourth man with murder.
Geeta Aulakh, 28, was attacked in Greenford in November 2009 as she went to pick up her two sons after leaving work at a community radio station, the BBC reports.
The fourth man charged is Jaswant Singh Dhillon, 30, of High Road, Ilford.
Geeta, 28, was on her way to collect her young sons when she was attacked on a street in Greenford, west London, last November.
The Sunrise Radio receptionist was battered and her hand hacked off before being left to bleed to death.
Geeta's estranged husband Harpreet Aulakh, 32, is among three men previously charged with murder. They deny the charges.
A trial is expected to take place before a High Court judge on October 18. In total, there were 16 arrests over the killing. (ANI)