Delhi: 8-year-old madrasa student beaten to death by minors over cricket match


Delhi: An 8-year-old madrasa student lost his life after 4 to 6 minors brutally thrashed him after a quarrel over cricket match in Begumpur village near Malviya Nagar in Delhi on Thursday. According to reports, Mohammed Azeem, who hails from Mewat, Haryana was studying at the Madrasa Das ul Uloom Faridiya in Delhi.

DCP (south) Vijay Kumar said the incident happened around 10am, when the deceased child, Azeem got into a scuffle with the other children over playing at a vacant plot of land near a madrassa. The accused children were from the nearby areas.

According to Caravan Daily, head of Madrasa Das ul Uloom Faridiya alleges that they have been frequently harassed by few local people who lives near by. He alleged a woman namely Liyaqat Ali Saroj has been inciting locality boys to throw stones at madrassa. United Against Hate team visited the madrasa. The team which was led by Mr. Nadeem Khan, eminent activist spoke with students and managers of the madrasa. The team came to know that the local youths were troubling the students by throwing whiskey bottles inside the premises of madrasa.

Locals told the cops that Azeem and a group of students from the madrassa were playing cricket at the ground when the accused children asked them to move to one side. When they refused, the children got into a scuffle during which one of them pushed Azeem to the ground where he fell unconscious. Azeem was rushed to a private hospital where doctors admitted him to the intensive care unit. He was declared dead on Thursday evening.

Police said they received a PCR call from the students at the madrasa at 10:10am on Thursday about the incident. They added that a case had been registered under “appropriate sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC)”.

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Posted by Nadeem Khan on Thursday, October 25, 2018

With PTI inputs


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