Little India murder accused found fit to plead
Published on Jul 18, 2014 4:54 PM
SINGAPORE - The second Pakistan national who allegedly murdered a compatriot whose legless body was found in a suitcase has been found fit to plead.
Ramzan Rizwan, 25, was found fit to plead by a prison psychiatrist after a further week's remand at Complex Medical Centre in Changi to complete his assessment.
The other accused, Rasheed Muhammad, 43, was also found fit to plead when his case came up for mention last Friday.
The pair allegedly caused the death of Mr Muhammad Noor, 59, at a lodging house at Rowell Road in Little India between June 10 and 11.
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