Another Indian rioter escapes severe punishment after pleading guilty to lesser charge offered by Singapore AGC

The Hindu, 14 Feb 2014
A second Indian national, who has worked in Singapore less than a year, is to plead guilty under charges for rioting in Singapore last December.
Singaravelu Vignesh, a 23-year-old construction worker, was originally charged with rioting in the Little India precinct in Singapore and faced jail term of up to seven years and canning.
Mr. Vignesh’s lawyer M. Lukshumayeh said his client would plead guilty under an amended charge of continuing in an assembly that was ordered to disperse after the December 8, 2013 riots. Full story