An Indian-origin takeaway shop owner was stabbed several times in front of his teenage daughter in the West Midlands, the UK. Narinder Sindhu, also known as Sid owns a fish-n-chips shop in Oldbury. His daughter, Simran, 18, who witnessed the attack, is still recovering from the shock. While his wife, Balwainder and other daughter Supreet are also having a tough time coping up.
Narinder Sindhu the owner of a takeaway shop who recently survived being stabbed several times in front of his teenage daughter has finally spoken about the assault “It wasn’t my time to die”, he said.
“He tried to beat me to the floor. At no point did I see he had a weapon. All I felt was punches. I didn't feel the knife at all. He twice tried to kick me in the head but hit my right arm - I was lucky that didn't get broken, too," said Sidhu.
The assailant, Leon McTaggart was imprisoned in July 2015 and is sentenced to serve 14 years in prison for causing grievous bodily harm with intent.