Assault victim fighting for his life


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  • Tuesday, 13 Jun 2017

Serious concern: (From left) Aunt of the bully victim G. Premalatha,35, D. Sumathi,42, lawyer Datuk Baljit Singh and uncle R. Thivagarajan,50, speaking during a press conference at Penang Hospital.Starpic by : LIM BENG TATT/ The Star / 12 June 2017.

GEORGE TOWN: In a week’s time, he would have enrolled in a private college to pursue his dream of becoming a music composer. But now, 18-year-old student T. Nhaveen is on life support because he has been declared brain dead.

The boy, described as a kind, soft-spoken and gentle type who never went looking for trouble, was allegedly assaulted by a group of teenagers at around midnight on Saturday at a field in Jalan Kaki Bukit in Bukit Gelugor, and was sent to Penang Hospital in an unconscious state.

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