YOUTH SHOOTS HIM­SELF DEAD ON AMU CAM­PUS

Hindustan Times (Lucknow) - - Uttarpradesh -

ALI­GARH: An 18-year-old youth from Bi­jnore shot him­self dead on the premises of Zakir Hus­sain Col­lege of En­gi­neer­ing at AMU here on Tues­day night. The youth iden­ti­fied as Ro­hit first fired a shot in the air and when a se­cu­rity guard of AMU tried to ap­pre­hend him, he shot him­self in the head, said po­lice. He was rushed to the med­i­cal col­lege where doc­tors de­clared him brought dead. Ac­tual rea­son be­hind youth’s sui­cide could not be known, but po­lice sus­pect it to be case of love af­fair. The po­lice also sus­pect that a girl was with the youth on cam­pus, but fled soon af­ter he fired a shot in air. AMU proctor Prof M Mohsin Khan said, “The youth was not the stu­dent of AMU.” The vic­tim’s iden­tity was as­cer­tained through the Ad­haar card found in his bag. His fam­ily which is based in Harid­war, has been in­formed about the tragedy. The de­ceased worked as a labourer in an LED fac­tory in Harid­war. LUC­KNOW : Deputy mayor of Bel­gian city Leu­ven, Mo­hamed Ri­douani, along with Jan Luykx, Bel­gian am­bas­sador to In­dia, vis­ited Luc­know Metro Rail Cor­po­ra­tion (LMRC) here on Wed­nes­day. They vis­ited the Trans­port Na­gar Metro De­pot where they were wel­comed by Ku­mar Ke­shav, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor, LMRC and other se­nior of­fi­cials of the cor­po­ra­tion. At the de­pot, they vis­ited the work­shopcum-in­spec­tion bay line and saw the Luc­know Metro rolling stock (metro train) and the world class main­te­nance fa­cil­i­ties avail­able at the work­shop. LMRC’s MD ex­plained the unique­ness of this state-of-the-art ‘Green’ de­pot and the fa­cil­i­ties it of­fers to the vis­i­tors. On the oc­ca­sion, they also planted tree saplings at the de­pot. The Bel­gian del­e­ga­tion also vis­ited the op­er­a­tions con­trol cen­tre (OCC) of the LMRC lo­cated at the de­pot con­trol cen­tre (DCC) build­ing on the de­pot premises.

Bel­gium del­e­ga­tion ap­pre­ci­ates ef­forts of LMRC

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