African student beaten, stoned in Jalandhar; in coma for 3 months
July 5, 2012 | Duration: 2 min, 56 sec
On June 25, a man named Nestor Ntibateganya wrote to the chief minister of Punjab, describing the condition of his son, who lies in a coma in a hospital in Patiala. "I am writing to you as a father writing to another father, someone who has known and experienced love of a child," the man from Burundi wrote. "In a country that I believe to be a civilized one, and where the laws of this land should be respected and evil be punished...the killers who stoned my wholly innocent son and left him for dead are known and still free."