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Former PC candidate Bill Bhangal is on trial for sexual assault. He was convicted in 2013 but appealed, which led to a second trial before a different judge. Judge Ian Cowan found both the defence witness and complainant credible. Bhangal is facing a year in jail. Regardless of the outcome of the appeal, his fate is still in the balance.

Bill Hundal

In this case, Bill Hundal was convicted of six counts of lewd acts on his daughter, which is considered a felony in California. In an attempt to overturn the conviction, Hundal asked the state supreme court to review the case. He claimed the appeals court’s decision was based on an unreliable record and a deviation from the facts. The court denied Hundal’s petition on March 11, 2009.

She felt as though her father was touching her in his private area. She protested and reluctantly accepted his request, but eventually agreed to try it on. ThisĀ Bill Bhangal was the first time she had worn a bra.

Jiffy Lube

Jiffy Lube is an excellent place to go for oil changes in Woodside, NY. Their technicians are skilled at performing preventative car maintenance services, including oil changes, tire rotations, and car battery inspections. These services are available without an appointment and you can visit anytime during business hours.

Jiffy Lube is owned by a Brampton-based franchisee named Bill Bhangal, who owns franchises across the province. He has a high customer retention rate, with 75 per cent of customers returning every four months or so. To keep his customers happy, Bhangal outsources weekly customer surveys. Bhangal believes customer loyalty stems from his value-added services. These include a free vehicle wash with an oil change, a free coffee in the lounge, and pet water bowls. His prices are seven to ten per cent lower than his main competitor, Mr. Lube, although Mr. Lube has a higher average price per customer.

Sexual assault case

The sexual assault case against Bill Bhangal is one of the most controversial cases in Canadian history. The case began when the complainant accompanied Bhangal to count lawn signs in various neighbourhoods of Brampton, Ontario. They were gathering data for a provincial election. While they were on the way, the complainant stopped to smoke cigarettes, and Bhangal forcibly kissed her and touched her under the shirt. The complainant called the police the following week, and told her immediate supervisor and her mother.

In May, a judge ruled that Bhangal was not guilty of sexual assault, despite evidence pointing to otherwise. But Cowan’s decision left the former Progressive Conservative party candidate and his former campaign manager, Pam Hundal, dumbfounded. Pam Hundal is now pursuing a civil case against Bill Bhangal.

House arrest

The house arrest of Bill Bhangal comes after he was found guilty of one count of sexual assault last month. Bhangal, who was married to a Conservative Party candidate in Brampton, Ontario, was found guilty of driving an 18-year-old woman to a remote area and kissing her, despite her not being dressed. The judge characterized the crime as low-to-moderate, but noted that Bhangal was a “good citizen” and unlikely to reoffend.

The victim said Bhangal forced her to kiss him and groped her under her shirt. She then contacted her mother and immediate supervisor at work and they reported the incident to police. However, Bhangal denied the allegations and testified that he was accompanied by a senior manager. During the trial, two witnesses also corroborated Bhangal’s version of events. The senior manager said he never spoke to police, while another witness testified that she saw Bhangal and the complainant leave the store to check signs. Both witnesses testified that they did not mention the senior manager, and the judge did not find the complainant’s evidence credible.


The reputation of Bill Bhangal is not good. Despite his past successes, he has also been accused of sexual misconduct. In 2013, Bhangal was convicted of sexual assault. He filed for appeal and won, resulting in a new trial before a different judge. On that second trial, Ontario Court Justice Ian Cowan found both the complainant and the defence witness credible. Ultimately, Bhangal was acquitted.