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Four Indo-Brits Jailed For Hacking UK Sikh To Death

Amandeep Sandhu, 31, and Ravinder Singh Shergil, 32, had been convicted of the brutal murder of 33-year-old Sukhjinder Singh aka Gurinder Singh earlier this month.

LONDON – Four Indian-origin gang members, found guilty of hacking a 28-year-old British Sikh man to death as revenge for sleeping with one of their wives, have been sentenced to over 90 years in prison here.

Amandeep Sandhu, 31, and Ravinder Singh Shergil, 32, had been convicted of the brutal murder of 33-year-old Sukhjinder Singh aka Gurinder Singh earlier this month.

Vishal Soba, 32, was cleared of murder, but found guilty of manslaughter and assisting an offender. Kuldeep Dhillon, 26, was also cleared of murder by the jury, but convicted of manslaughter and intimidation.

The court heard how the masked men chopped off the victim’s fingers with knives and attacked him with a wooden club and a hammer in Southall, west London, in July 2016.

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