Two men have been sentenced in connection to the 2004 cold-case death of 27-year-old Amandeep Bath.
Parminder Basran pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced on Thursday to 6 years, but will serve 5 years and 9 months due to time already spent behind bars.
Babjit Aujla pleaded guilty to assault, and was sentenced to time served – about 11 months in custody.
Both had been previously charged in 2004, but they were dropped.
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IHIT’s cold case team picked up the case in 2012, again charging the pair in 2013.
Bath’s cousin Harpreet Khela spoke to Global News.
“As a family, we believe that some sort of justice was served today, nothing that they do today would bring Amandeep back.”
Bath’s mother Surjit broke down in court, and her victim impact statement was read by the family’s lawyer.
With files from Global News