Moscow: Caucasian beats and robs nephew of ex-Minister of Defense of Pakistan
The victim was hospitalized with a broken nose and suspected concussion.
In Moscow, police are looking for a Caucasian who has attacked a foreigner and also took away $300 from him. The victim was the nephew of the former Minister of Defense of Pakistan, Khawaja Asif.
28-year-old Navid Sikander, through an interpreter, told law enforcement officers that an unknown person hit him several times on the head and face, took the money and disappeared.
The nephew of the ex-minister described the appearance of the attacker: a Caucasian man about 170 centimeters tall, and he seemed to be about 30-35 years old.
Navid was hospitalized with suspected concussion and a fractured nose. The bully who attacked him is still wanted.
His second uncle, the president of the Russian organization Friendliness of Pakistan and Navid himself, explained that he drew attention to a certain man who “appeared excited.” He noticed Navid’s gaze on himself, and he didn’t like it – he began to behave aggressively, after which he began to beat the foreigner and took $300 from him.
The guy said to the police he was confident that the attacker was a Chechen.
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