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Woman stable

Nasik Swami
Wednesday, January 22, 2014

FORMER Fiji resident, Monika Chetty who was discovered severely burnt in bushland in New South Wales, Australia is still admitted in hospital in a critical but stable condition.

Confirming this yesterday, NSW Green Valley Police Commander Detective Superintendent James Johnson said they were continuing investigations as information on the matter continued to pour in.

SP Johnson said they were following up on a significant amount of information provided by members of the public.

"The investigations into the injuries sustained by Monika Chetty are continuing," SP Johnson

"No person has been charged.

39-year-old Ms Chetty was found with burns so terrible she couldn't be physically identified.








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