We deplore attack on councillor in the street
Dear Ed, MP GEORGE Galloway and the Respect Group on Tower Hamlets council deplore the brutal attack on Cllr Abdul Matin in the street at Bethnal Green on Monday (April 6), which has left him in hospital
MP GEORGE Galloway and the Respect Group on Tower Hamlets council deplore the brutal attack on Cllr Abdul Matin in the street at Bethnal Green on Monday (April 6), which has left him in hospital.
We express our utmost sympathy for Cllr Matin and for his family and wish him a speedy and complete recovery.
We know the police are giving this a high priority and urge the maximum cooperation with the police to bring the perpetrators to justice.
There is speculation and rumour about the identity of those who attacked Cllr Matin and about the motives for the assault.
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But it is best for the police investigation and the community if speculation is kept to a minimum and we deal only with fact.
George Galloway, MP
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