Muslim Student Dies after Being Beaten up by Teachers in Kannauj

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According to a complaint filed at the Kotwali Chhibramau police station, Dilshad was beaten up in a room by Shivkumar Yadav, along with his colleagues, Prabhakar and Vivek Yadav, when the victim went to take admission at the RS Intercollege on Saturday

Waquar Hasan | Clarion India

NEW DELHI – A 15-year-old Muslim student died after being brutally beaten up by three teachers over suspicion of theft of a watch when he went to seek admission at a college in Uttar Pradesh’s Kannauj district.

According to a complaint filed at the Kotwali Chhibramau police station, Dilshad was beaten up in a room by Shivkumar Yadav, along with his colleagues, Prabhakar and Vivek Yadav, when the victim went to take admission at the RS Intercollege on Saturday.
“They beat him up brutally. He was hit by foot and fist and received deep internal wounds,” said Jahangir, father of Dilshad, in the complaint filed on Tuesday.

On Saturday in the evening, Dilshad was taken to a local hospital in Chhibramau. The next day on Sunday, he was referred to a Kanpur hospital.

“The complainant took the boy to Murari hospital in Kanpur where he died during treatment at 8pm on 25 July…Shiv Kumar, Prabhakar and Vivek Yadav has murdered my son by beating him up till death. File an FIR against the accused,” reads the complaint.

Jahangir demanded stringent punishment after booking the accused teachers under the murder charges.

Jahangir, who works as a laborer in Kanpur, is unable to bear the loss of one of his hands. He said he came to know about what happened to his son when he was in Kanpur. He received a call from a teacher and spoke to Dilshad. He was crying in pain.

When he reached home in the evening, he found his son vomiting. Blood was also oozing from his mouth.

Meanwhile, the police are yet to file an FIR with regard to the incident.

On Wednesday, when Clarion India approached the local police to know as to what action the police had taken in the case, a police official at the Chhibramau Police station first called it “fake news”. “All these are fake news,” he said.

When this correspondent drew his attention to the reports, images and allegation of the victim’s family members, he said a student, who had gone to take admission at Inter-college, died of some lung disease. He denied that Dilshad died due to beating and cited a post-mortem report.


However, the family members and relatives of the deceased denied that Dilshad was suffering from any disease.

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