Three Indians charged in Praveen Reddy stabbing case

Three indians have been charged with the attempt to murder of Praveen Reddy, an MBA student in Britain, who was critically stabbed on Friday night in Newham.

The Metropolitan Police on Sunday told the reporters that the three accused are namely Amareshwar Arava aged 25 years, Sai Kishore Balguri aged 25 years and Nishanth Puttapaka aged 23 years.

The police spokesperson said that they are not treating the incident as racially motivated at this point of time.

The police said that the three accused will appear at the Thames Magistrate's court on Monday.

Earlier 11 persons were arrested in this connection.

External affairs ministerS.M. Krishna had spoken to the acting High Commissioner in UK, Rajesh Prasad, asking him to extend all the possible helpto Reddy, who was stabbed several times.

Krishna also had a discussion with the Andhra based businessman Sudhakar Reddy, father of Praveen Reddy, asking him of all help in getting visa.

They also said that the High Commission officials in the UK were co-ordinating with the doctors treating Praveen Reddy and MEA officials in Delhi is to take up the matter with the British High Commission so as to ensure expeditious issuance of the visa to his parents.

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