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Two deny stabbing Warwick Law student during Sherbourne halls attack

Ayaz Kazi was taken to hospital after suffering three stab wounds


Two people have denied stabbing Warwick Law student, Ayaz Kazi, at the Sherbourne halls of accommodation on Wednesday 17th November.

Anam Ausaf, an 18-year-old Law student at Warwick from Wilkinson Close, London and Rohan Ahluwalia-Pandor, an 18-year-old from Barns Lane, Kings Langley, Herfordshire both appeared at Warwick Crown Court on Friday 17th December. The pair pleaded not guilty of maliciously and unlawfully wounding Kazi.

Both have been charged with section 18 wounding, otherwise known as causing grievous bodily harm with intent to do grievous bodily harm, or wounding with intent to do GBH. It carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

Ausaf and Ahluwalia-Pandor were released on bail, and will stand trial at Warwick Crown Court in August 2022.

Kazi, the victim, is a 19-year-old first year Law student at Warwick. During the attack, he suffered three knife wounds, to his underarm, face and abdomen. He was taken to hospital following the attack, where his injuries were not deemed to be life-threatening.

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