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Lunch Break Brawl in Hyderabad St Joseph's School Kills a Student

\'CCTV footage shows the two students exchanging blows repeatedly which led Siddiq to suffer an internal brain injury,\' police said.

Published: 02nd September 2015 03:57 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd September 2015 04:11 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A class 10 student of St Joseph's school in Hyderabad died of brain injury after he and his classmate exchanged blows in the school premises. While the incident took place during lunch break yesterday, the boy identified as Muhammed Amir Siqqiq, died today while undergoing treatment.

Police said that Amir Siddiq had an argument with his classmate Cyril after which both exchanged blows. Siddiq was hit repeatedly on his head due to which he suffered internal wounds. As he collapsed in the school yesterday, the school authorities rushed him to a private hospital where doctors performed a surgery. He however could not recover and died early this morning. Siddiq was a resident of Masab Tank in the city.

'The CCTV footage available with us shows the two students exchanging blows repeatedly which led Siddiq to suffer an internal brain injury,' a police official associated with the investigation said adding that we are trying to ascertain the reason behind their fight.

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