After Pune, Tibetan student in Mysore stabbed on suspicion - The New Indian Express

After Pune, Tibetan student in Mysore stabbed on suspicion

Published: 15th August 2012 10:51 PM

Last Updated: 15th August 2012 10:51 PM

After attacks on North Eastern people in Pune, a Tibetan college student is battling for life on being stabbed in Mysore by two persons who suspected him to be from North Eastern region.

Tenzin Dhargiyial (22), a diploma student of Kushalnagar College, was stabbed by two persons riding a motorcycle near a hotel in Mysore yesterday and has been admitted to Krishna Rajendra hospital in that city, they said.

Meanwhile Karnataka DGP Lalrokhuma Pachau told reporters here today that police have intensified investigations to nab those who stabbed Dhargiyial and that security has been provided in and around Tibetan camps in Mysore district.

Security has also been provided at two other Tibetan camps at Bylakuppe and Gurupur in Mysore district, he said.

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