Bhupendra Bhadoria, Gwalior. In Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, a student of BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery) has fallen down from the roof of a floor under suspicious circumstances. The student has been immediately admitted to the hospital. The incident is of Balwant Nagar University area. The girl student is currently out of danger. In fact, a boy ran away after snatching the girl’s mobile, after which she met with an accident. The girl student is sometimes calling him a friend and sometimes a friend. University police station has started investigating the matter.
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In fact, 25-year-old Bharti Singh, a resident of Uttarakhand, is studying BHMS in Gwalior. She is a student of Sophia College and lives on rent in Balwant Nagar near the city centre. On Tuesday, she was sitting on the one floor high terrace of the house. Then a boy came there and snatched the mobile of the student. After this, the student started running to get back her mobile from him. At the same time she became a victim of the accident.
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However, regarding the incident, the police had received information that a girl student had jumped from the first floor. Police has admitted the injured girl student to Murar district hospital. Along with the fracture in the hand of the student, there are injuries in many places in the body. The student is giving different statements regarding the person who snatched the mobile after coming to the student’s house. Earlier she had called him a friend, then when she reached the hospital, she started calling him brother. When the police asked why the boy snatched her mobile, the girl student is not saying anything on this. The police is looking for that boy in this regard.
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