London: A builder of Indian origin, arrested in connection with the murder of three people in East London in the UK, will not face charges of murder or genocide as the incident is considered a step in self-defense. Gurjit Singh (29) was arrested by the Metropolitan Police in connection with the murder of Narinder Singh Lubhaya (29) Harinder Kumar (30) and Malkit Singh Dhillon (37) alias Baljinder Singh. All these people were originally from Punjab and had a clash with Gurjit Singh at Seven Kings in Redbridge area of London.
The Metropolitan Police said in a statement, “Gurjit Singh was arrested on January 20 on suspicion of murder. He was charged with possessing a dangerous weapon in a public place and presented to the Snaresbrook Crown Court. “He was charged on August 19 in a court of charge of possessing a dangerous weapon in a public place Introduced in After the hearing, the court found him not guilty.
The Times quoted a source as saying that CCTV footage of the incident showed that Gurjeet Singh had a fight with these people when they attacked him. The newspaper quoted the source as saying that Gurjeet Singh was defending himself during the incident.