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Husband denies murder of wife, found with severed hand

Geeta Aulakh
Geeta Aulakh was attacked as she went to pick up her sons

A man has denied killing his wife, who was found bleeding with a severed hand on a north-west London street.

Geeta Aulakh, 28, was attacked in Braund Avenue, Greenford, in November 2009 as she went to collect her two sons from a childminder.

At the Old Bailey, Her husband Harpreet Aulakh, 32, of Chesterton Close, Greenford, denied the murder.

Sher Singh, 18, of Wren Avenue, Southall, and Harpreet Singh, 20, of Slough, also denied the murder charge.

Mr Aulakh, the 18-year-old and Harpreet Singh, of Elmwood Road, were remanded in custody when they appeared at the court by videolink.

They are due to appear at the same court on 18 October to face a four-week trial.

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