Enquiries have shown that Harbans, who was also known as Susan and had the maiden name Ranu, worked at the head office of the Burton Group in Harehills, Leeds, until April 1985.She gave birth to a daughter in July that year at St James’s Hospital in Leeds and was living at an address in the Meanwood area.
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The labourer said: 'The look on Venables' face as he laughed about the murder will stay with me forever.
He's got this mad face when he grins, the most evil little face you've ever seen.
He said: 'She phoned saying this has happened, we didn't know what it was, all police were saying is come this place.'Mr Johat flew to India the following day but said his family members who were also in the country, including his sister-in-law and aunt, were soon forced into hiding over fears they would also be detained.
He said his brother was in India after recently getting married and was snatched from the street while out with his wife.
Mr Johat was also forced to leave on November 9 over fears for his own safety.
He said police had tried to seize his brother's passport but Mr Johat was able to hand it in to British officials in India.
The Doberman managed to travel from Huddersfield in West Yorkshire down to Birmingham on its own.
He was believed to be a stray until vets discovered a microchip registered to a practice 113 miles away.
Heap was 14 when he claims he punched an 11-year-old Venables 'in his little face' for gloating about his and Robert Thompson's murder of James Bulger (inset).