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Mangaluru : Student dies suspiciously at school campus at Manjanady

Mangaluru : Student dies suspiciously at school campus at Manjanady

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Nov 05, 2016: A 15 year old student of the Manjanady Al Madina educational institution has died under suspicious circumstances  in the school campus. A complaint has been lodged at Konaje Police Station in this regard.

Mehamood 5The deceased boy is Mehamood Muzambil, son of K P Abdul Rasheed and B M Naseema couple of Belthangady Puttila Kalanjebailu.

The boy was studying in the  school since the past one and a half years and was a ninth standard student.  The boy had suddenly gone missing from the Al Madina Residential School on Thursday night and later upon a search was found  in a critical state  besides a three floored building. He died on way to the hospital.

Muzambil who was the eldest among the six children of Rasheed-Nasema couple, had   completed his primary education at Moodbidri and was later admitted to Al Madina institution by his father who worked abroad, with a view to provide him religious education.

His mother had  left abroad a month ago for visa renewal and had returned  just on Friday.

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Laxman R, Mangaluru Sat, November-5-2016, 1:37
The institution has to have an eye on the behavior of the students . It not just collecting lakhs of fees but also observe the children overall
Aman Varma, Kolapur Sat, November-5-2016, 1:34
Why the parents have changed the institution suddenly? Even the parents do the mistake many times by not considering the children’s feelings. Everyone has their own way of thinking
Adithya Sharma, Bengaluru Sat, November-5-2016, 1:29
The students irrespective of age get involved in unwanted issues but still being murdered within the campus . Strange
Nithin Dsouza, Bajpe Sat, November-5-2016, 1:24
The school is responsible for this as its residential and a religious institution. The students are kept within the boundaries.
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