Sydney, Apr 12 (ANI): The death of an Indian man, who was found on a footpath in Sydney, does not appear to be suspicious, the police has said.
Dharmendar Singh was found dead early Sunday morning.
Indian media reporting the death mentioned several alleged racial assaults in Australia, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.
A police spokesman confirmed a body of an Indian national was found on Sydney's South Street in Granville.
But he said the death did not appear suspicious and a report had been prepared for the coroner.
The spokesman said he could not reveal the suspected cause of death. "From what can see there is no suspicious circumstances ... there is nothing that is escalating this further," the spokesman said.
"Police have no concerns over the nature of the incident and we are ensuring all the medical protocols are done," the spokesman said.
The spokesman said the investigation so far had involved senior police and forensic officers and had followed strict protocol, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.
The spokesman said a preliminary finding had been sent to the coroner.A spokesman for the Coroner's Court confirmed it is investigating the death. (ANI)