CINCINNATI — Jasminder Singh drank tea Sunday morning with the patriarch of a family in West Chester Township, Ohio. That night, a shooting left four of the relatives’ dead.
Hakikat Panag was one of the four killed at the high rise Sunday evening, Singh said. The others were Panag’s better half, grown-up little girl and sister-in-law, he said. Police did not affirm the characters of the exploited people at a news meeting Monday.
Singh is leader of the official board of trustees for the Master Nanak Society of More prominent Cincinnati, where he says Panag and his family loved each Sunday.
There will be an administration at the Sikh gurdwara, or spot of love, Monday night to appeal to God for the family, Singh said.
Only multi day back, Panag revealed to Singh he didn’t need to work ends of the week any longer, Singh said.
The unremarkable discussion at their place of love didn’t allude to the catastrophe that was to pursue.
“He appeared to be glad,” Singh said. “I wish I knew more.”
A couple of hours after that discussion over tea, Panag and the vast majority of his family were dead.