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Published On : Fri, Aug 3rd, 2018

Boy dies at GS college, relatives protest at Sitabuldi police station, principal under custody

Nagpur: Nagpur: Even as the mystery surrounds the death of Rahul Tiwari, the class 12th student of GS College at Law College square here, the post mortem report showed no signs of internal or external injuries on his body. Meanwhile, on Friday afternoon the kin of the deceased along with Bajrang Dal activists staged protest with the dead body at Sitabuldi police station demanding arrest of the college principal. They have alleged foul play in the entire incident and accused the principal of misguiding the police and deceased’s relatives on the facts.

It is learnt that Rahul suffered an epilepsy attack and collapsed around 3.30 pm inside the college premises on Thursday. Subsequently he was rushed to nearby Dande hospital with the help of students and college staff. However Rahul was declared brought dead and later his body was sent to medical college and hospital for post mortem. Rahul is the son of a staff associated with Lokmat group.

Meanwhile, Sitabuldi police are still looking for another angle as the relatives amd Bajrang Dal activists have alleged that the boy was slapped on his head by one of his college mate during a tiff between the two. Following the hit, the boy immediately collpased, they alleged.

Talking to Nagpur Today, DCP Zone II Chinmay Pandit informed that the principal has been taken into police custody for further investigation.

Later the protesters took the body from police station after cops assured them of full investigation into the matter.

The boy was reportedly suffering from epileptic fits for the last three and a half years. His mother was quoted as saying that he was also suffering from high blood sugar and had discontinued medicines for the last few days.

The rumours surrounding Rahul’s death have been doing rounds since Thursday. Where some were saying that he had a fight just before he was rushed to hospital, others alleged that he was relieved from the college building. But with postmodern report showing no internal or external injuries of deceased’s body. Rather than taking sigh of relief police are investigating the matter with new angles and searching for missing links.

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