Aligarh Muslim University student stabs boy outside library, hanging | Agra News

AGRA: An 18-year-old student preparing for his NEET exams was allegedly attacked with a sharp weapon by his fellow Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) student outside Maulana Azad Library on Sunday night after the former asked him to stand keep quiet inside the reading room and refrain from misbehaving with a girl. Souhail Hanif was attacked by a BSc student from the university, Mohd Anwar Khana resident of Firozabad, who was suspended by the university, said the supervisor Professor Wasim Ali.
An FIR has been filed against the student suspended under ICC Section 307 (Attempted Murder) at the Civil Lines Police Station.
The supervisor told YOU that some students had taken Hanif to the hospital because he was serious and bleeding profusely. He suffered multiple serious injuries to various parts of his body, but is now out of danger. “Prima facie, it is established that the suspended student has committed a serious criminal act, which constitutes indiscipline and misconduct, as provided for in the Student Conduct and Discipline Rule, 1985,” the office memo reads, adding that the college campus and its maintained institutions are also placed out of bounds for the accused student. Haneef recently completed his class 12 exams at AMU school and is the son of a college employee, who works as an electrician at JN Medical College.

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