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Builder murdered by sword-wielding gang in Sikh feud

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A builder was hacked to death by a gang armed with swords, knives and a hammer as part of a feud between two Sikh groups. Twenty eight-year-old Sukhjinder Singh, also known as Gurinder or Guri, was attacked by weapons 48 times by men travelling in two cars. Singh was ambushed in Southall, west London, as he left home on July 30, 2016, a court was told. Although Singh received medical attention on multiple stab wounds, he died from his injuries a day later. According to The Times, Amandeep Sandhu, 30, of Southall; Ravinder Singh-Shergil, 31, of Tipton, West Midlands; Vishal…

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