A Glasgow lawyer and former council election candidate was rushed to hospital after being ‘stabbed’ at his south side workplace in an tried homicide bid.
Emergency services rushed to the workplace on Victoria Highway on Thursday (September 22) at round 2.45pm after Muhammad Shoiab, immigration and asylum lawyer and proprietor of Shoiab Associates, was attacked.
The 69-year-old former SNP and Labour councillor was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for remedy and the extent of his accidents shouldn’t be recognized, however he returned house from hospital final night time reviews the Daily Record.
Mohammad Asif, Glasgow-based director of Afghan Human Rights Basis, despatched his nicely needs to his pal on Fb, writing: “My good pal Mohammad Shoaib who’s a solicitor and immigration adviser was stabbed in his workplace yesterday on Glasgow Victoria street yesterday. I want him a speedy restoration.”
SNP MP Alison Thewliss additionally tweeted: “I’m shocked to listen to this information – I hope Muhammad Shoaib makes a speedy restoration.”
Mr Shoaib ran as an Alba celebration candidate within the Pollokshields ward within the native council elections earlier this yr.
Esayas Neguse, of Glasgow, appeared in courtroom at this time charged with tried homicide following the occasion.
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The 35-year-old was additionally charged with assault to extreme harm, everlasting disfigurement and hazard of life. He made no plea and was remanded in custody for additional examination. He’ll seem once more within the subsequent eight days.
A Police Scotland spokesperson mentioned: “We had been referred to as round 2.45pm on Wednesday, 21 September, to a report of a disturbance within the Victoria Highway space of Glasgow.
“Emergency providers attended and a 69-year-old man was taken to the Queen Elizabeth College Hospital for remedy.
“A 35-year-old man has been arrested and charged in reference to the incident. He’s anticipated to seem at courtroom on Thursday, 22 September.”