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Indian Arrested For Killing Man With Wooden Plank In Singapore: Report

The man was charged with voluntarily inflicting grievous damage by a harmful weapon

Singapore:

An Indian has been arrested in Singapore for allegedly killing a compatriot with a wood plank embedded with nails following a dispute on New Year’s Day, a media report stated on Sunday.

Paneer Vetrivel, 26, is alleged to have hit Rajendran Shanmugasundran, 37, with the plank close to 20 Woodlands Industrial Park E1 between 1 AM and 1.25 AM on January 1, The Straits Times newspaper reported.

He was charged with voluntarily inflicting grievous damage by a harmful weapon at a migrant staff’ dormitory in a particular sitting of the Criminal Mentions Court on Sunday.

The report stated Paneer faces a cost of fatally attacking the person with a wood plank embedded with nails on New Year’s Day.

If convicted of voluntarily inflicting grievous damage with a harmful weapon, he might be jailed for all times and caned, or jailed for as much as 15 years, caned and fined, it stated.

The police stated that they had been concerned in a dispute on the dormitory in Woodlands Industrial Park.

Officers had been alerted to the battle at about 1.25 AM and located Rajendran mendacity immobile on the bottom with head accidents. He was rushed to hospital the place he later died.

Paneer was arrested and has been remanded for additional investigations.

His case is predicted to return up in courtroom once more on January 7.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

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