A 26-year-old Sikh man was today jailed for 10 years for making an attempt on the life of Lt Gen (retd) Kuldip Singh Brar, who led the 1984 Operation Bluestar to flush out extremists from the Golden Temple.
Three members of a Sikh gang, including a woman, were convicted of slashing the throat of Lt Gen (retd) Kuldip Singh Brar, the hero of 1984 Operation Blue Star.
Lt Gen (retd) Kuldip Singh Brar was followed before his throat was slashed with a knife in a premeditated revenge attack, a UK court was told.
One of the three Sikh men charged with attacking Lt Gen (retd) KS Brar pleaded guilty of causing grievous bodily harm to the hero of the 1984 Operation Blue Star.
Two Indian-origin men charged with causing grievous bodily harm to Lt Gen (retd) KS Brar will appear before a UK Court on December 7.
Britain has assured India of its determination to bring the perpetrators of attack on retired Lt Gen KS Brar to justice.
Retired Lieutenant General KS Brar had led `Operation Blue Star` 28 years ago to flush out pro-Khalistani militants from the Golden Temple.
All India Anti Terrorist Front chairman MS Bitta demanded a probe into any lapses on part of the security establishment in assessing the threat to Lt Gen KS Brar.
The Union Home Ministry has asked the Intelligence Bureau to do a complete audit of Lt Gen (retd) Kuldip Singh Brar`s security.
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