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Blood donation appeal in Okhla for AMU class V girl student Anam shot in road rage incident

A blood donation appeal has surfaced Okhla a few minutes ago. “Urgently 2 Unit Blood required till 4 PM today for AMU student Anam Aslam who was shot by some miscreants yesterday. She is admitted to AIIMS,” read the message that landed in some residents mobile.

Activist Anisur Rahman said yes the girl has been admitted to the hospital and some people have turned up. It was on Monday when post of the incident with photo of the girl had surfaced on the social media. And within minutes several users shared the post with photos too.

“Today a sad incident happened near IG HALL, a Abdullah girls school student, a resident of upper court was shot in head by some unknown people and she is admitted in JNMC and now she is being referred to AIIMS. Her condition is very critical …it’s a humble request to all the students kindly contribute in their halls so that she can get better treatment…,” AMU confessions wrote in its timeline.

Another post said: “A schoolgirl of AMU, Anam Aslam, has been shot on forehead. She’s in critical situation. Please pray for her…”.

OT.COM was unable to independently verify the development.

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However, Times of India reported that the girl student in van was shot in road rage incident.

“Eyewitnesses said two motorcycle-borne youth and an Innova driver were involved in a scuffle during which shots were fired around 1:45 pm. A stray bullet hit the girl above the right eyebrow. She was rushed to the hospital where her condition was described critical,” reported TOI.

SSP, Aligarh, Rajesh Pandey said prima facie it appeared to be a fallout of a road rage incident but investigation were on, claimed the report.

CAPTION: Homepage image via AMU Confessions

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