Talbir Singh secures acquittal in violent disorder at Moghul Durbar

Fri, 02 May 2014

Inderpal Singh Sangha, 26, Walsgrave, who was represented by No5's Talbir Singh, Sandip Singh Rana, 32, Leicester, and Paramdeep Lotay, 33, London, have been acquitted of conspiring together and with others to commit violent disorder.

A 40-strong group raided the Moghul Durbar restaurant in Leicester in January last year, and three staff members suffered stab wounds.

The three men had been at the Leicester Sikh Temple at the time when some of the culprits had arranged to meet up, but denied involvement in the conspiracy and did not go to the restaurant.

The jury found the three men not guilty. A number of men have previously admitted involvement, some have been jailed and others are awaiting sentencing.

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