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Stabbed student's kin get visa to visit UK

HYDERABAD: The father and an uncle of an Indian student from Hyderabad, who was critically injured in an attack in London, have got visa to visit UK, the family said today. The victim Pr

Published: 12th February 2012 02:13 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:54 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The father and an uncle of an Indian student from Hyderabad, who was critically injured in an attack in London, have got visa to visit UK, the family said today.

The victim Praveen Reddy's father Sudhakar Reddy and an uncle have got the visa in Chennai to go to London and they would leave for UK tonight, Praveen's brother Jayasekhar Reddy told PTI here.

He said the condition of Praveen, a student of MBA, continued to be critical though it was better from what it was yesterday.

The family had been informed that Praveen needed another surgery, he said.

External Affairs Minister S M Krishna spoke to Praveen Reddy?s father yesterday assuring him of all help in getting visa.

The External Affairs Minister also spoke to the acting High Commissioner Rajesh Prasad, asking him to extend all possible help to the family.

Praveen Reddy, who was stabbed in the London borough of Newham on Friday last, is the youngest son of Sudhakar Reddy, a businessman.

He is currently pursuing MBA in London and was planning to return home.



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