Moghul Durbar restaurant attack: Seven men plead guilty

East Park Road
Image caption Six people were treated in hospital after the disturbance at the restaurant

Seven men have admitted their part in an attack on a crowded restaurant in Leicester.

The Moghul Durbar on East Park Road was badly damaged during the incident in January.

At Leicester Crown Court the men, aged between 20 and 28, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit violent disorder.

Six of the defendants are from Derby while the seventh is from Oldbury in the West Midlands. They are due to be sentenced on 26 April.

The defendants are Surjit Pandher, 29, of Northfield, Derby; Gurmukh Singh Cheema, 25, of Harrington Street, Derby; Ranjit Singh, 21, of Harrington Street, Derby; Sundeep Sangha, 25, of Wordsworth Avenue, Derby; Raj Sangha, 24, of Wordsworth Avenue, Derby; Ranvir Singh, 21, of Harrington Street, Derby and Kahan Khalsa, 26, Rectory Gardens, Oldbury, West Midlands.

Following the attack six people were treated at Leicester Royal Infirmary for both minor and serious injuries.

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