2 Brothers From Haryana Arrested For Killing Indian Student In Australia

In Australia, two brothers from Haryana were arrested by police for stabbing an Indian MTech student to death. The duo were arrested in New South Wales's Goulburn on Tuesday.
2 Brothers From Haryana Arrested For Killing Indian Student In Australia

2 Brothers From Haryana Arrested For Killing Indian Student In Australia (Representative Image)

In Australia, two brothers from Haryana were arrested by police for stabbing an Indian MTech student to death. The duo were arrested in New South Wales's Goulburn on Tuesday.
The accused, identified as Abhijeet and Robin Gartan, were arrested by authorities two days after the stabbing of MTech student Navjeet Sandhu in Melbourne, officials said.
"Brothers Abhijeet Abhijeet and Robin Gartan were arrested in Goulburn with the assistance of NSW Police," the Victoria Police said in an official statement. The victim and the accused were residents of Haryana's Karnal.
The stabbing incident of MTech student was reported during a fight between some Indian students and police are searching for two Indian-origin brothers in connection with the murder.
Navjeet Sandhu was fatally attacked with a knife by another student when he tried to intervene in a dispute between a few Indian students over some rent issue, according to the deceased victim’s uncle Yashvir in Karnal, Haryana.
“Navjeet’s friend (another Indian student) had asked him to accompany him to his house to pick up his belongings as he had a car. While his friend went inside, Navjeet heard some shouts and saw there was a scuffle. When Navjeet tried to intervene asking them not to fight, he was fatally stabbed in the chest with a knife,” Yashvir, who’ll retire from the Army in July, told PTI.
He added that like Navjeet, the alleged accused also hails from Karnal. Yashvir said the family got the information about the incident early Sunday morning.
Navjeet’s friend, whom he was accompanying, also sustained injuries in the incident, the uncle of the deceased said.
Yashvir said the family is in a state of shock. “Navjeet was a brilliant student and was to join his family in July for vacations,” he said.
According to Yashvir, Navjeet had moved to Australia on a study visa one-and-a-half years ago and his father, a farmer, had sold one-and-half acres of their land to fund his education.
“We urge the Government of India to help us to bring the body as soon as possible,” he said.
(Inputs from PTI)
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