A Pakistani man was stabbed to death in Tai Kok Tsui. Photo: Wikimedia Commons/ Google Map

Three Pakistani men were arrested on Tuesday and Wednesday for their alleged roles in a fatal stabbing on a compatriot in the Hong Kong district of Kowloon on Saturday evening. 

At 7pm on March 25, some 20 South Asian men attacked 32-year-old refugee claimant Aziz, 32. Four or five of the men stabbed him with knives when he was walking near the Sycamore Street Playground, Tai Kok Tsui, Oriental Daily reported. Some passers-by called the police, which sent Aziz to hospital.

The victim died in the hospital on Tuesday, RTHK reported. Police officers are hunting for a total of four suspects and have arrested three.

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