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Bill Bhangal Franchisee Must Make Some Tough Choices

There are two key aspects of Bill Bhangal’s business model that must be perfected for it to work. First, the shops must generate excellent word-of-mouth. Secondly, the franchisee must make some tough choices. Among those, he may need to relocate some shops that are not performing well.

Bill Hundal

Bill Hundal was convicted in 2006 of six counts of lewd acts against his daughter. The prosecution used surveillance videotapes of the Hundal family and testimony from a police officer who discovered adult pornography on Hundal’s computer. The trial judge found Hundal guilty, and he was sentenced to six years in state prison.

After the incident, M. protested her father’s request to try on the bathing suit. Nevertheless, she reluctantly accepted. It was her first time to wear a bra. As a result, she was in shock. She opened the bathroom door and asked her father. Bill Hundal said he was a’very nice guy,’ but the incident has made him question his parenting skills.

Bill Hundal’s wife Pam Hundal is a lawyer in Brampton, Ontario. She is the first vice-president of the PC Party and is running for a seat in the Ontario legislature. She has twice run for office in the past. She also helped her father Sam Hundal with his campaigns.

Hundal claims that his right to confront the victim witness was violated. This Bill Bhangal  claim stems from the prosecutor’s peremptory challenge, which removed the only Sikh from the jury panel. This claim was raised by Hundal in a supplemental brief filed in habeas corpus, but was summarily denied.

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