GUANGZHOU: Eleven people involved in a toy factory brawl on June 26 that left two employees dead in south China's Guangdong Province have been indicted for intentional injury and group affray, procurators said Wednesday.
Xiao Jianhua and four other suspects were indicted for intentionally assaulting people during the Xuri Toy Factory brawl, the Shaoguan Municipal People's Procuratorate said.
Lu Xiaoqiang and another five allegedly participated in group affray, said the Wujiang District People's Procuratorate of Shaoguan.
The 11 suspects ignored the law and caused heavy casualties and property losses, the procurators said.
Other suspects in the brawl, which left two Uygur employees dead and many injured, are also facing imminent indictment.