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Suspicious Death of Hyderabad Youth in London

A youngster from Mir Alam Mandi was found dead under suspicious circumstances at a railway station in London.

Published: 19th April 2016 03:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th April 2016 03:30 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A youngster from Mir Alam Mandi was found dead under suspicious circumstances at a railway station in London. On April 12, 34-year-old Mir Baquer Ali Rizvi was found in a pool of blood near Osterly Railway Station in London after a underground train hit him. Rizvi succumbed to his injuries before the police could take him to a hospital. The London police communicated the death of Rizvi to the Ministry of Home Affairs on Sunday. Unconfirmed reports said he was in Britain since 2009 and was an MBA student at the time of the accident that occurred near Heathrow airport. Rizvi was a football player and had been living in Middlesex in London for some time. In 2015, he was attacked by some locals there in a racial attack. Seriously injured Rizvi came to India for treatment and went back. After going back to London, he lodged a complaint against the persons who had attacked him, and the local court there had imposed a huge fine on the accused. The victim’s family has requested the Government of India to help them bring back the body as soon as possible.

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