Bibi Harjeet Kaur, who attacked Lt. General Kuldip Brar in 2012, gets 12 week parole

LONDON, England (UK)—Bibi Harjeet Kaur, one of the four Sikh activists who had attacked the former Indian Army’s Lieutenant General Kuldip Brar at London in 2012, has been granted parole for 12 weeks. Notably, Bibi Harjeet Kaur was addressed 11 years imprisonment by the London Court in this case.

It may be recalled here that Lieutenant General Kuldip Brar was attacked by four Sikhs namely Mandeep Singh Sandhu, Dilbag Singh, Barjinder Singh Sangha, and Harjeet Kaur in central London on September 30, 2012. Lt Gen Brar and his wife Meena were on their way from their hotel for a night in the West End when these Sikhs attempted attack on him.

While imprisoning the Sikh attackers, the trial court had said in its verdict that General Brar was attacked for his role in the armed invasion into Sri Harmandir Sahib during June-1984.



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