An Indian has been arrested in Singapore for killing his compatriot with a wooden plank nailed to it. The news about this came in the media on Sunday. Paneer Vetrivel, 26, is alleged to have attacked 37-year-old Rajendran Shanmugasundaran late on the night of December 31, ‘The Straits Times’ newspaper reported. Vetrivel was charged with intentionally causing grievous hurt with a dangerous weapon at the residence of migrant workers in a special hearing of the Criminal Mansion Court on Sunday.
The news said that Paneer is accused of murdering a man on the first day of the new year. If found guilty, Vetrivel could be sentenced to life imprisonment and cane, or he could be jailed for up to 15 years, fined and fined. Police said Vetrivel and Roseendran were involved in some dispute. Late in the night, around 1.25 pm, the authorities received information about the fight and Rajendran was found lying on the ground.
Death due to head injury
He had suffered a head injury. Rajendran was taken to the hospital where he later died. Accused has been arrested. The matter is expected to come up for hearing in the court again on January 7. Earlier in Singapore, a 65-year-old Indian-origin man was sentenced to five weeks in prison after admitting to three charges of abuse and harassing people in a public place while drunk.
Indian created a ruckus in Singapore
According to the news of ‘The Straits Times’, Murthy Nagappan boarded a bus near Tekka Market in Little India on March 28 this year in an inebriated condition. He was not wearing his mask properly. When the driver asked him to wear the mask properly, Murthy got angry and abused him. Government Public Prosecution Officer (SPO) Raj Kishore Rai said that the police was informed after 15 minutes. In another incident this year, he had abused a police officer and a bus driver under the influence of alcohol.