| Ipoh, Malaysia | 25 May 2016 | Asia Samachar |
An Indian national was found unconscious and in a pool of blood with head injuries at Air Tawar, a town in Perak a month ago. He was rushed to Hospital Sri Manjong by some good samaritans.
The head injuries has left Navjot Singh s/o Nasib Singh partially paralysed and he is unable to talk.
His brother, Baljinder Singh came from Punjab last week and approached the Indian High Commisson in Kuala Lumpur to help repatriate his brother to Punjab.
Shri Rajiv Ahir of the Indian High Commission approached Khalsa Diwan Malaysia (KDM) to help in the process. The bill at the hospital had gone up to RM9,850. Baljinder Singh, Indian High Commission and KDM helped to settle the bill, according to a statement from KDM sent to Asia Samachar.
Navjot Singh is from Khanpur in the Punjab district of Hushairpur. He has been in Malaysia for about four years. according to the statement.
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