An outpouring of mourning from the university and neighboring communities resulted after the murder of a Bangladeshi student during a break-in at a Darwin apartment, for which a 29-year-old man has been prosecuted.
The early morning attack on Wednesday left Md Ishaqur Sifat, 23, a master’s of engineering student at Charles Darwin University, badly hurt. At 4.25 in the morning, a man allegedly broke into the Millner home in Darwin’s north and assaulted the resident before fleeing the scene, according to Northern Territory Police.
Shortly after that, the suspect was pulled over by police in a car, and the hurt student was taken to Royal Darwin Hospital. On Thursday, Mr. Rahman passed away due to a severe brain injury.
On Friday, the man in custody was accused of murder, aggravated burglary, and theft. He was refused police bail, and on Monday he was supposed to show up before Darwin Local Court. Acting Police Commissioner for the Northern Territory, Michael Murphy, called the alleged attack a “serious, senseless, heartbreaking act of violence” and offered his sincere condolences to the Bangladeshi community, particularly to the student’s family who were in Darwin.
It’s simply not the Darwin we know, he said on Friday to Sky News. “I can assure the people of the Northern Territory that the police are making every effort to put an end to these senseless acts of violence.”
A guy, 29, was charged with murder after a violent house invasion claimed the life of a 23-year-old Bangladeshi engineering student.
The college claims that the tragedy devastated the neighborhood and that staff and students came together to offer support. We welcome international students to our city and university with the hopes that they will develop lifelong friendships, receive valuable education and training, and find rewarding careers, according to a statement from the university. It is quite disappointing to realize that these changes were stolen from one of our pupils.’
Mr. Rahman battled valiantly but lost his life as a result of his wounds, according to the Bangladeshi Student Association at the institution. The group released a statement that read, “This terrible death has rocked our entire community.”
Let’s band together in support of his friends and family at this trying time. The Northern Territory’s Chief Minister, Natasha Fyles, sent her deepest condolences to everyone who knew and loved Mr. Rahman. She remarked, “We are praying for his family, the Bangladeshi community, and all of our international students.” Our goal is to assist you. And you have our full backing. The Northern Territory as we know it does not exist here.
In addition to contacting the deceased man’s relatives in Bangladesh, police said they will speak with college classmates. The event “very affected” acting assistant commissioner Sachin Sharma because he was also an international student studying in Australia. The effects are quite significant. For the family and friends of the deceased, he stated, “I don’t think it will go away.”
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