London, May 9 : Nagaraja Kumar Nalluri who was charged with the murder of Samrajyo Jyothirmai Vempala, a student of Wolverhampton University, will be produced in the Birmingham Magistrate Court today.
The suspect Nagaraja Kumar Nalluri, also an Indian student, was found seriously injured in the same private accommodation on Tuesday where Vempala was living in Handsworth, a suburb of Birmingham.
Nalluri was admitted to a city Hospital and was arrested soon after he was released on Thursday.
The West Midlands Police said that Nalluri has been cooperating in the murder inquiry. The motive for Vempala's murder is expected to be revealed when the charges are read out in the court.
The victim, who was 23 years old, belonged to Vijaywada in Andhra Pradesh and was enrolled in a postgraduate degree in Health Sciences at the University of Wolverhampton, 11 km from Handsworth.
The university maintains offices and agents in New Delhi and other parts of India to recruit students.