Suvina Gandhi says her father-in-law Rohith Gandhi normally battled to walk, but had not hesitated when it came to protecting the family. IOSNewsSA
“He saved us all, I don’t know what they would have done to us.' These were the words of Suvina Gandhi, whose father-in-law ...
He was rushed to hospital, where he remains in a stable condition.
“I started screaming and he put a gun to my head, telling me to be quiet. Then he put his hand over my mouth and said, ‘let’s go inside’.”
After being dragged inside, the next thing Suvina remembered was seeing her father-in-law standing in the doorway holding a gun. “Suddenly, there were bullets flying everywhere.
She added that while Blue Security company had responded to their emergency call within minutes, the police did not arrive at the scene until close to 7am.
SAPS KwaZulu-Natal spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala said a case of attempted murder and malicious damage to property had been opened at Bellair Police Station. She said the intruders shot at Rohith Gandhi.Read more: IOL News
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