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Indraf brothers assault: Three surrender to police

 | June 4, 2012

According to lawyer V Ganabatirao, who was one of those attacked, the suspects are also allegedly wanted for a muder case in Klang.

PETALING JAYA: Three men sought over the the assault of Indraf 2.0 organisers, V Ganabatirao and V Pappa Raidu last Wednesday, turned themselves in at the Klang police last night.

In the incident, Ganabatirao and his brother Pappa Raidu, were attacked by three men as they were heading towards their car after attending a funeral in Taman Mutiara, Klang.

Ganabatirao suffered injuries to his nose. He was discharged on June 1 while his brother who required surgery for a broken hand was discharged yesterday from a private hospital in Klang.

“My sources told me that the three had surrendered themselves at Klang Utara police station last night. The police want us to attend an identity parade at 5pm today.

“Three weeks before attacking us, two of the three who assaulted us were arrested in connection to a murder case in Klang,” claimed Ganabatirao.

Ganabatirao, a former ISA detainee and practising lawyer, is currently a Shah Alam City councillor and a special officer to Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim.

Pappa Raidu, a businessman, is also a Shah Alam City councillor. Both the brothers are actively involved in Malaysian Indian – Voice (MI-Voice), an Indian NGO.

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