15-yr-old Boy Found Dead in a Pool of Blood

Published: 05th September 2014 06:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th September 2014 06:07 AM   |  A+A-

TIRUPATI: A 15-year-old-boy died under mysterious circumstances in the ground floor of Sri Chaitanya school at South Mada Street Thursday. Another boy of the same school was also found injured in the same room and police said it had to be ascertained whether the boy died in a clash between the duo or if it was an accidental fall.

According to police, the victim, T Mohan Krishna, is studying Class X in Sri Chaitanya school. As usual, Mohan Krishna finished his daily routine and went to school at 8 am. During lunch break, Mohan Krishna and his friend Ajith entered a room located in the ground floor of the school and did not return to classroom.

One of the staff members, who entered the room, found the two children in a pool of blood. Mohan Krishna suffered an injury on the neck while Ajith bore severe injuries on limbs and hands.

The duo were immediately shifted to a nearby private hospital where the doctors announced Mohan Krishna brought dead.

Mohan Krishna’s parents, Parandhama Reddy and Lakshmi received a call from the school management at 12.40 pm informing them that their son suffered injuries in the school and was being shifted to a hospital. The couple rushed to the hospital and burst into tears seeing their son’s body. They entered into a heated argument with the school management alleging that delay in providing medical attention led to the death of their child.

Speaking to Express, East CI B Muralidhar Reddy said there were two injuries on victim’s dead body and his throat was slit.

The body was shifted to Ruia hospital for an autopsy and police said they are waiting for post mortem report for ascertaining the cause of death. A case has been registered and an investigation is on.

Police suspect if the two students had a clash in the room leading to the murder.

Parents Hurl Child to Death

Anantapur: A child became the victim of a quarrel between parents here on Thursday. The incident took place in Kamalanagar in the town when a woman and her husband quarrelled and hurled their four-year-old daughter under a lorry. Sources said the child died.

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