Nepalese origin man died and wife charged for murder

A Nepalese man died in Australia when family violence broke out on Saturday evening. The 34 years old man with Nepalese origin found critically injured in his own home at Blaxcell Street Granville, around 40 kilometers west from Sydney Central Business District. Police have charged his wife (34 years) for murder (domestic violence), and due to appear in the Parramatta Bail Court today, Australian media reported.
Police said they were called to a home at Granville about 7.30 pm Saturday 23 November 2019, where that man was found seriously injured by the paramedics. Later, taken to Westmead Hospital where he pronounced dead. 


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A woman (wife of the man) was also found injured in the same house taken to the hospital for treatment with the police guard. She was discharged from hospital later and taken to the Granville Police custody, where Police charged with the murder of the man (her husband).

Nepalese community in Australia saddened with the incident.

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