… one week later police still to arrest suspects
The head teacher of Clemwood Primary School is currently nursing a broken right arm after he was severely beaten by two young men of the Kuru Kuru, Soesdyke/Linden Highway.
The teacher, Ramanie Sukhoo, said that the incident occurred since Sunday last and the police are yet to locate his attackers.
According to Sukhoo, the beating stemmed from an incident involving his brother on Saturday.
The man said that on Saturday his brother was involved in an argument with a man who works at the mechanic shop in the area.
Sukhoo said that his brother was about to get into a fight with the man but he intervened and took his brother away from the shop. The man said that the following day he returned to the mechanic shop to uplift his truck when he was attacked by two men who pulled up in a car.
“I was at a stand pipe washing my hand when I notice a car pull up next to me and two men came out with pieces of wood and start beating me.”
The man said that even after he stumbled to the ground the men continued to beat him.
He added that he eventual ran into the home of the owner of the mechanic shop to seek refuge.
“After I run in the house and they couldn’t get me any more they start breaking up my truck which was parked in the yard.”
Sukhoo said that the men started lashing out the windscreen and windows of his truck as he watched helplessly along with others who were in the mechanic shop.
The man said that after his attackers left the area he made his way to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre where he was treated and sent away.
He added that he later learnt that his attackers were related to the man with whom his brother had the misunderstanding with the previous day.
Sukhoo said that after he left the hospital he went to the Kuru Kuru and the Timehri Police Stations where reports were made.
The man said that a few days later he received information that his attackers were at a house in Soesdyke but when he contacted the Timehri Police Station to inform them, a rank hung up the phone on him.
The man said that so far he has not received any sort of satisfaction from the police and in the mean time his life and that of his family are at risk.
In addition, the man said that he is now left with a broken arm and expenses in excess of $300,000.
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