A United Kingdom court has sentenced four Indian-origin men for hacking a British Sikh man to death.
The act was carried out as revenge for the victim was believed to have slept with one of their wives.
The court has sentenced the four men to over 90 years in prison.
The men have been identified as 31-yr-old Amandeep Sandhu and 32-yr-old Ravinder Singh Shergil, who have been convicted of the brutal murder of 33-year-old Sukhjinder Singh.
While one of the men Vishal Soba (32) was cleared of murder, he was found guilty of manslaughter and assisting an offender.
Meanwhile, 26-yr-old Kuldeep Dhillon was also cleared of murder by the jury but convicted of manslaughter and intimidation.
The men had chopped off the victim’s fingers with knives and swords and thereafter attacked him with a wooden club and a hammer in Southall of West London in July 2016.
While Sandhu was sentenced to 26-and-a-half years’ of imprisonment for murder, Singh-Shergil was sentenced to 26 years and nine months of imprisonment for murder.
Soba was sentenced to 16 years’ imprisonment after being found guilty of manslaughter and was also sentenced to five years for assisting an offender.
Dhillon was also sentenced to 16 years’ imprisonment for manslaughter and was also sentenced to three years for witness intimidation, to run concurrently.
On July 30, 2016, Gurinder was ambushed and violently attacked on Spikes Bridge Road in Southall by a group of men with multiple weapons.>