Two fresh assaults on Indians in Australia


Two students were injured outside a hotel in Sydney last week in what appeared to be a petty street crime, apart from a separate incident in Adelaide. New South Wales police official Brian Wyver said the two men in Sydney had suffered minor injuries in a scuffle outside a hotel in Wollongong on Friday. “When the police arrived they couldn’t locate anyone there... They later found that two people had been taken to Wollongong Hospital by a friend,” Wyver was quoted as saying by the Herald Sun.

“They attended the hospital, and there appears there has been some sort of fight outside the hotel. They didn’t want any action in relation to that fight; they weren’t badly injured...,” he said.

In another case, an Indian student was attacked in Adelaide by four drunken localites. The events came as Immigration Minister Chris Evans prepared to leave for New Delhi to reassure the Indians of their safety.

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