Lt Gen Kuldip Singh Brar attacked in London
Last Sunday night, Lt Gen KS Brar was attacked by four people in central London and as per him, the attempt to kill him was by “pro-Khalistan elements” leading his role in the 1984 “Operation Bluestar”.
“This was a pure assassination attempt on me. Even on Internet there are so many threats being sent to me to say that there have been many attempts on your life but they haven’t succeeded, but the next one will succeed. They’ve been after me.” Brar told a TV channel.
The attackers wounded Brar via a knife in his neck near the busy Marble Arch area.
Describing the assailants as Khalistan sympathizers, Brar further said that one time before on anniversary of “Operation Bluestar” in London, the radical Sikhs tried to kill him.
1984 “Operation Bluestar” was one of the bloodshed attacks on Sikh terrorists, lead to Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale on the Golden Temple. They were demanding a separate state for Sikhs called Khalistan.
Reports are that a mobile phone has been recovered from the site of incident which expected to the assailants. The retired Lt General has now recovered after treatment in London hospital.
Meanwhile, still no arrests has made, but the police told reporters, “The four men are described as wearing dark clothing and long black jackets. They all had long beards. One of the men is described as younger and slimmer than the other three. They all fled in the direction of Oxford Street.”