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Rajesh Verma: Murder investigation launched into victim who died 15 years after brutal attack

A murder investigation has actually been launched after the death of a father-of-two 15 years after he was completely assaulted in West London.

A group of a minimum of 8 men attacked Rajesh Verma near the entryway of Acton Park on 31 August, 2003, consisting of one who utilized garden shears to stab him in the head.

As a result of the attack, then 42- year-old Mr Verma suffered serious mental retardation.

A full cops investigation was performed in 2003, however no suspects were ever jailed or charged.

Mr Verma was dealt with in medical facility prior to being released. He was left with a number of health problems due to the damage to his brain.

In 2015, he had a significant heart attack, which led to an absence of oxygen to his brain that even more complicated the existing damage.

This left him not able and unresponsive to speak or move for the last 18 months of his life.

Mr Verma likewise struggled with epilepsy as a result of the attack and broke his hip in 2017 throughout a fitting episode.

He died on 27 May 2018.

His better half, Roma, stated their children were 11 and 13 when their lives were turned upside down by the attack.

She stated: “We selected to take care of him at home in the manner in which he had actually looked after everybody.

” Each member of the family assisted to take care of him. He was not able to believe, move, stroll or talk, however we still felt he might feel our existence and perservered.

“He required 24-hour assistance and we gave it. We watched him in the same position day after day. Life was all about him, but we all had hope.”

Mrs Verma added that the “random and unexpected attack” had actually left a “huge gap” in their hearts.

An unique post- mortem occurred in June 2018 and a pathologist concluded there was a causal link in between the 2003 attack and his death.

A decision of illegal killing was tape-recorded at an inquest held at West London Coroners Court on 28 November in 2015.

The case has actually now been categorized as a murder investigation.

A ₤20,000 benefit is being provided for any details that causes the arrest and conviction of Mr Verma’s killer.

Lead detective, Investigator Chief Inspector Noel McHugh, stated the attack included “ferocious violence by a group of men” among whom “stabbed him in the head with a set of garden shears found near the crime scene”.

He stated: “We believe Rajesh was attacked after he intervened in a dispute between one of his friends and another individual.”

The suspects are thought to be regional to the Acton location and are most likely to still be living there or have links to the location, he added.

They are referred to as all being of East African look.

“Rajesh’s family have not had any justice for 17 years and we are committed to solving this murder,” Det Chief Insp McHugh stated.

Anybody with details must call 020 8785 8099 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
Derrick is the Researcher at World Weekly News. He tries to find the latest things going around in our world and share it with our readers.


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