Malay Indian murdered six months after surviving brutal attackJune 2nd, 2009 - 2:44 pm ICT by ANI
Port Klang (Malaysia), June 2 (ANI): Unknown assailants murdered Malay Indian S. Sundarajan, 39, on Monday, six months to the day he lost the use of his left hand when he was slashed and robbed on his way to work with his father-in-law Teh Oh Kow.
According to The Star, his body was found in some bushes near railway tracks in the vicinity of the now demolished Kampung Keretapi near here.
A petroleum company employee on his way to work made the gruesome discovery at 7.30 a.m.
Klang CID chief DSP Ruslan Ibrahim said Sundarajan had deep slash wounds in the neck.
Meanwhile, Sundarajan’s wife Teh Ling Choo, 39, said her husband left home at about 5 p.m. on Sunday with only RM10 in his wallet.
She added that her husband was on medical leave since the first attack and was on a Social Security Organisation allowance.
The couple has three daughters aged 14, 10 and 18 months. (ANI)
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