Three men deny plot to kill Wokingham taxi driver

Three men have denied conspiring to carry out a contract killing following the shooting of a taxi driver in Berkshire.

Kadir Hussein, 40, was shot three times as he returned to his home in Wokingham, in September last year.

Imran Khan, 34, from Reading, is charged with conspiracy to murder, along with Jaspal Kajla, 35, and Amjed Mahmood, 31, both from Coventry.

All three defendants are on trial at Reading Crown Court.

Mr Hussein has since made a full recovery, the court heard.

The trial of Mr Khan, from Wycombe Road, Mr Kajla, from Hepworth Road, and Mr Mahmood, from May Street, continues.

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