3rd year MBBS Student found dead in Kazakhstan, Family blame room-mate
Jaipur: In an unfortunate case, a Bharatpur-based third-year MBBS student, who was studying at Kazakh National Medical University, an international medical institute in Kazakhstan; was recently found dead under mysterious circumstances.
As per a recent report by Dainik Bhaskar, the 23-year-old MBBS medico, identified as Hemant Kumar, was attacked by sharp weapon slitting his throat.
Shockingly, Hemant’s Indian roommate has been accused of the crime by his father. It has been alleged that the deceased MBBS student’s roommate, a Manipur-based medico, who had earlier accused Hemant of stealing his money, has allegedly slit his throat and murdered him.
According to the daily, the medico was attacked on November 8 at around 11 pm with a sharp weapon, by which his throat had been slit. He was later shifted to a nearby hospital where he died. The news of his death reached his family members on 9th November from the relatives of the deceased MBBS student’s friend at the university.
Sharing the earlier scene where the MBBS medico was suspected of stealing the money from his roommate, the family of the deceased student informed Dainik Bhaskar that the accused had blamed the deceased MBBS student of stealing his 80 thousand rupees. He pressured him to pay the money back. In addition, to diminish his image, he also shared the message at the Whatsapp to his colleagues that MBBS medico had stolen his money. The deceased MBBS student’s father added the accused had also talked to Hemant’s mother, about the money.
As soon as the news of his death reached the family members, they demanded the concerned authorities to take action on the matter.
The relatives approached Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and the Indian Embassy by tweeting. They demanded that the Indian Foreign Affairs Ministry should intervene to make sure that the criminals are arrested.
In a recent tweet, Dr Vikas, the deceased MBBS student’s cousin, stated, “My Cousin Hemant Kumar S/o Dara Singh, Residence of 69, Rajendra Nagar, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, was studying MBBS 3rd year in Almaty University, Kazakhstan. We got shocking news of his death. Plz (Please) see the emergency situation and help.”
Responding to the said tweet, the Minister of State for External Affairs, Vikas Kumar Singh, posted on his twitter handle, “The issue is being handled by our mission. Have patience as this is a police case and legalities have to be taken care of as per laws of that country.”
The issue is being handled by our mission. Have patience as this is a police case and legalalities have to be taken care of as per laws of that country.
— Vijay Kumar Singh (@Gen_VKSingh) November 12, 2018
According to the information received from the University in Kazakhstan, the police are active on this case. Two youths have already been held in custody.
The body has been released after all the legal action and formalities on the case and recently, the dead body of the MBBS medico was handed over to the family for last rites, adds Dainik Bhaskar.