Body of Indian national found in Malaysian sea

     The body of an unemployed Indian national in Malaysia, who jumped into the sea after attacking his ex-girlfriend, has been found along the shore near Jelutong Expressway here. A prawn fisherman, Abdul Rahim Saiful Rahman, said that he was hoping to catch some prawns along the shore when he discovered the body. The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency said in a statement that the body has been identified as Gnana Subramaniam D. Dhana Sekara Gurukkal. Earlier, on Wednesday, Gnana had attacked his 21-year-old ex-girlfriend with a knife in a car before leaving her by the roadside. He then drove recklessly, colliding with a motorcyclist and hitting a road sign along the way, to Jalan Green Hall before abandoning the car and jumping into the sea, The Star reports. The interior of the car, which belonged to Gnana’s friend, was splattered with blood, while a six-inch knife, an Indian passport and a bag were also found in the car. The woman, who received 70 stitches on her head and chest, is in stable condition at the Penang Hospital.

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