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London court severely punished Four Sikhs for attacking former Indian army official Kuldip Brar

December 11, 2013 | By

London, United Kingdom (December 11, 2013): It is learnt that a British court has severely sentenced four Sikhs including one women for attacking Indian army’s retired officer Lt. Gen. Kuldip Brar.

Kuldip Brar, 78, had his throat slashed in an attack during his visit to London in 2012.

Four Sikhs sentenced for attacking Kuldip Brar

Four Sikhs sentenced for attacking Kuldip Brar

Mandeep Singh Sandhu, 34, of Birmingham, Dilbag Singh, 37, and Harjit Kaur, 39, both from London, were convicted by the court while Barjinder Singh Sangha, 33, of Wolverhampton, had admitted the charge.

Mandeep Singh Sandhu and Dilbag Singh were sentenced to 14 years, Harjit Kaur was jailed for 11 years while Barjinder Singh Sangha received a sentence of 10 years and six months.

Kuldip Brar and his wife, Meena, were heading for a night out in the West End when the attack happened on 30 September 2012, Southwark Crown Court heard.

Meanwhile Kuldip Brar, who lives in Mumbai (India) has expressed satisfaction over the decision of the British Court.

“They got what they deserved,” Lt Gen Brar reportedly told The Independent from his protected compound in Mumbai.

It is notable that Kuldip Brar was responsible for conducting armed attack on Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) in which hundreds of innocent Sikhs were killed in cold blood by Indian army. There is strong stance against Kuldip Brar in wake of his involvement in serious crimes against the Sikhs. It is believed that the attack on Kuldip Brar was motivated by this stance.

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