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Friday, 12 April 2024 4.26 PM IST

Death of veterinary university student; six people arrested, 12 people including SFI leaders absconding

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KALPETTA: Six people arrested regarding Pookode Veterinary University student Siddharth's death. The police arrested six of the eight people who were summoned to give statements in the morning. The police stated that they were arrested after it became clear that they were involved in the death during detailed interrogation. There are 18 accused in the case. The police said that 12 people, including the SFI unit secretary, are absconding.

Earlier, a case was registered against K. Arun, N. Asif Khan, SFI Unit Secretary Amal Ihsan, K. Akhil, R.S. Earlier, a case was registered against Kashinathan, Amin Akbar Ali, Sinjo Johnson, J Ajay, EK Saud Rizal, A Altaf, V Adityan and M Muhammad Danish. Billgate Joshua from Sultan Bathery, Abhishek S from Idukki, Dons Dai from Thodupuzha, Akash SD, Binoy and Srihari R from Thiruvananthapuram were arrested.

After the postmortem report came out, it became clear that Siddharth was brutally beaten. Siddharth has bruises all over his body. It is clear that these injuries occurred two or three days before the death. He suffered head, jaw and back injuries. At the same time, it has been confirmed in the post-mortem report that he died by hanging. Siddharth, a native of Nedumangad, Thiruvananthapuram, was found dead in the bathroom of the hostel on the 18th afternoon. The complaint is that Siddharth had to face a brutal beating and a mob trial in the college due to an argument in the college regarding the Valentine's Day celebrations.

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