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Netizens mourn death of medical student in road accident

Death of a 25-year-old medical student after her two-wheeler was hit by a bus at Subhash Chowk in Aligarh a few days ago is being mourned on the social media and university officials of Aligarh Muslim University.

Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University Professor Tariq Mansoor condoles the untimely death of Dr Anshu Varshney, a Junior Resident Doctor in the Department of Surgery, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College.

Professor Mansoor, who met the parents of the deceased at the JN Medical College, said Dr Varshney’s demise on account of an unfortunate accident, is a big loss to the family and the University and she will always be remembered for her humane personality and caring nature towards patients. He said that the whole University community is mourning Dr Varshney’s tragic death and stands with the family in this hour of distress.

Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Principal, JN Medical College and CMS, Professor Amanullah Khan, Proctor, Professor M. Mohsin Khan and other senior officials also accompanied the Vice Chancellor.

TOI reported quoting SSP Rajesh Pandey: “A case has been registered under sections 279 (rash driving), 338 (Causing grievous hurt by act endangering life), 304 A (causing death by negligence) of IPC.”

He said body has been sent for post mortem.

Her death was mourned on the social media too with Mohsin Raza writing: “Sorrow upon death of young JNMC’s PG Surgery student.” Other AMU fans and members to mourned her death on the social media.

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