ON FUNERAL, NATIVE DALGATE PROTESTS STUDENT’S DEATH IN GHAZIABAD

Police flexes muscles on mourners as family cries murder

SHABIR IBN YUSUF/AGENCIES

Srinagar, Sep 6: Protests erupted in Dalgate area of Srinagar Friday as the body of student who died mysteriously in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday arrived to his native locality with family crying murder.
 Manan Qadir Wani, a resident of Buchwara Dalgate died mysteriously inside his hostel room. He was pursuing Engineering at SRM College and was living in a private hostel in Modi Nagar area.
 The family alleged that Manan was murdered and they demanded a high level inquiry into the matter.
THE PROTESTS
 Soon after the body reached Dalgate, people took to streets and chanted anti-government slogans. The mourners blocked the main road while police used force to disperse them.
 Police cane charged the rock pelting protesters who voiced slogans: “We want Justice”.
 The protests disrupted traffic on Gupkar and other roads, triggering gridlocks. The pitched-battles continued till evening.  Later amid sloganeering Manan's mortal  remains were laid to rest.
THE FAMILY VERSION
 Suhail Qadri, elder brother of the deceased said the latter was murdered and that police was trying to hush-up the case. “On the fateful day, till 6 PM Manan was talking to us. He was not disturbed at all,” Suhail said adding that Ghaziabad Police was hiding the killers.  “The police should produce the killers of Manan,” he said.
 A news gathering agency quoting Manan’s uncle, Prof Sharif Wani said: “There are some missing links in police claims. His body was not hanging from
 ceiling fan, but was tied to room ventilator with a bed-sheet and not by a rope, as was claimed by the police and reported by a section of media.”
 “The door of his room was not locked, it was wide open. All this leads to think that this mysterious death is not a natural death at all but a cold blooded murder,” the news agency quoted the uncle as saying.
 Prof Wani said when the bereaved family rushed to Ghaziabad they were not shown the body neither before postmortem nor afterwards. “Police didn’t even show us FSL reports and termed it a suicide which is incorrect and pathetic. They want to close the case portraying it as suicide,” he claimed.
POLICE VIEW
 The Ghaziabad police has claimed said that Manan committed suicide, a charge vehemently rejected by the bereaved family. However no suicide note was recovered from the spot. The Ghaziabad Police said a case has been registered and they were waiting for the postmortem report of the deceased.
 Thursday a Srinagar based police spokesman said JKP was in touch with Ghaziabad police to ascertain the facts of the case. (With input agencies)

Lastupdate on : Fri, 6 Sep 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 6 Sep 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 7 Sep 2013 00:00:00 IST




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