Pakistani teenage boy stabbed in UK

Police say suspects arrested and case is being investigated from different angles.

GLASGOW: A teenage Pakistani boy was stabbed multiple times by bandits near a park in Glasgow, Scotland, the police have said.

The 13 years old was going home after offering prayers at a mosque when the criminals attacked him near Queen’s Park in Glasgow. The injured was shifted to hospital after onlookers informed the police.

According to the family of the boy, he had received in the back and the wounds were deep. The stabbing also affected the boy’s lungs.

The police arrested the attackers with the help of CCTV cameras installed near the crime scene. It’s not clear what was the motive behind targeting the boy, however, attacks on Asian in in the area is quite common. 

The police have said that they were investigating the incident from different angles.

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