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Indian student assaulted in Poland is fine, police probing case: Indian Envoy

It was initially reported that an Indian student was beaten to dead in Poland but later external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj clarified that he has survived the attack.

india Updated: Apr 03, 2017 20:26 IST
Indian attacked in Poland
Indian embassy in Poland, in a Facebook post, said the boy “recounts that he was punched on the face for no reason by an unknown assailant, a male in his 20s, who shouted at him, apparently in Polish.(Shutterstock/Representative image)

An Indian student, who was assaulted in Poland, was fine and police were investigating the case, Indian Ambassador to Poland Ajay Bisaria said on Monday.

“Boy assaulted in Poznan fine. Injury minor, (and is) in touch with Embassy, family. Police investigating. Embassy monitoring. @IndianDiplomacy @SushmaSwaraj,” Bisaria tweeted.

He also said the young man requested that his privacy be maintained.

Bisaria, in a Facebook post, said the boy “recounts that he was punched on the face for no reason by an unknown assailant, a male in his 20s, who shouted at him, apparently in Polish. The assailant escaped, the motive of the attack is unclear.”

“The police have CCTV footage and two eye-witness accounts; they are hopeful of hunting down the culprit. We are monitoring this case closely,” he added.