Pained Bidves have faith in British judiciary
London: After over a week of losing their son in an unprovoked attack in the British city of Salford, Anuj Bidve’s parents on Friday visited the site of the gruesome crime.
“We are all shattered and will carry forward his memories throughout our life,” Subhash Bidve, father of Anuj said while addressing mediapersons.
Expressing satisfaction over the ongoing probe, the grieved father said, “UK police is taking the case seriously and we pray to God that justice will be delivered to Anuj.”
“We will return today itself with Anuj’s body and we are planning to hold the funeral Saturday evening at 8: 00 pm,” a grieving Subhash added.
“The world has perished for us,” the distressed father said.
Anuj’s parents arrived in London on Wednesday evening. On Thursday, the family met Indian-origin Labour MP Keith Vaz in Parliament, before proceeding to Lancaster University, where 23-year-old Anuj was a postgraduate student of microelectronics.
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