Hate Crime: Indian Man racially abused and assaulted in Australia

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In a bid to rising numbers of hate crime incidents in overseas from 2 months, another racial attack came into the limelight against Indian in Australia.

Kerela based Indian taxi driver allegedly was racially attacked and abused by a group of youngsters in Hobart in Australia’s Tasmania state on Sunday.

Li Max, hailing from Kottayam, got severe injuries on his face and chest. He was admitted to the Royal Hobart Hospital following the treatment he was discharged in a day.

He told his family members that he was attacked without any reason, as he had just stopped his car near a Mcdonald where he saw three teenagers was quarreling with an employee after that soon they shifted their ire on Li.

The Kerala-based taxi driver said in an interview to Malayalam news channel, that he has been working in Hobart since nearly eight years ago and for the very first time he has experienced such an unpleasant incident in the country.

In a wake of increasing hate crime this is second such incident from past week in Australia, as earlier on March 19, Tomy Kalathoor from Kerela was wounded inside a church in Melbourne.

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