Loud music makes man kill daughter
Ubhi was woken up by his daughter's loud music when he was sleeping after finishing a night shift last September, according to a report in The Daily Telegraph on Friday.
They got into a fight when he tried to use the remote control to turn the music down. After a struggle, he put his hands around her throat and strangled her.
Rachel Brand, prosecuting counsel, said Ubhi, of Telford, Shropshire, then rang friends and family members to say "goodby and god bless you", before driving to a police station and confessing.
Brand told the court that Ubhi had a problematic relationship with Amrit, his son, Harmeet, and his wife Satinder.
The couple broke up in 1997 and Ubhi remarried, the court heard a marriage that broke down because he was jailed for attacking his second wife with a chisel.
On his release he moved back into the family home. Brand said, "The relationship between Amrit and her father was not good. He also did not like the fact that she had a white English boyfriend, a serving soldier called Stuart Loakes, whom she had been seeing for a number of years".
Ubhi denies murder. The trial continues.