Mangaluru: Sullia student on visit to city mosque collapses, dies


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Apr 18: A student who was on a visit to the city to deliver religious discourse connected with Ramzan, collapsed and passed away at Marakada here on Saturday, April 17.

The deceased has been identified as Abdul Al Sinan Ajjavar (20), son of Hasainar Haji and Zohra from Ajjavar near Sullia.

It is normal for Dara's students to visit different mosques during the month of Ramzan to get training in religious discourses. Sinan, likewise, had visited the mosque at Marakada in the city le evening on Friday. After he broke his fast and completed Taraveeh namaz, he also delivered a religious discourse.

On Saturday morning, when washing the plate after having food, he collapsed to the ground.

Sinan was a second-year student of Kumbra KIC Wafi second grade. He also was a BCom first year degree student. He was considered to be a brilliant student.

  

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Apr 18 2021

    Very sad .A youth in his teen age,dies suddenly gives to lot of questions.Had he had enough breakfast,was blood sugar low may be due to many days fast,or any heart,lung ailments.Kindly investigate the reason.Or any brain hamerrage?hHeartfelt sympathy to his family.Findout if he had any vaccination of late?

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  • Evans Alex, Falnir Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 18 2021

    Shockingly sad. a brilliant and multi talented youngster passing away. may his soul rest in peace and eternal light shine on him. condolence to the bereaved family and friends

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