A statement from IIT Madras said: "It is with deep grief and sadness that IIT Madras has to inform the passing away of a first year undergraduate student of Humanities and Social Sciences Department, last night (November 8). "
Forty-eight-year-old Modi was arrested on March 19 by Scotland Yard in connection with the case and is currently lodged in Wandsworth prison in south-west London.
Patel's name has reportedly appeared in a land deal case linked to Dawood Ibrahim's close aide, Muhammed Iqbal Memon alias Iqbal Mirchi. He was also reportedly summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) over the matter.
Narendra Gehlot was also facing a case of attempt to murder. He also contested in the election of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) a few years ago but lost the election.
In the video, the boy can be seen pleading but his request goes unheard. One of the passenger reportedly removed his pants also, after which the boy was disembarked.
The comments by opposition leaders came in the wake of the murder of a journalist and his brother in Saharanpur on Sunday. A photojournalist with a Hindi daily and his brother were shot dead in on Sunday morning following an altercation over the disposal of cow dung, police said.
Multiple protests, sometimes violent, continue to take place in the semi-autonomous state despite the city's pro-Beijing leader Carrie Lam publicly apologizing for proposing the controversial legislation and announcing later that the bill was "dead".
The law enforcement agency has recovered firearm and rifle ammunition from the spot, reported CNN. The injured were rushed to hospitals and are undergoing treatment. The authorities said that all the victims have suffered gunshot wounds. A witness said the shooting began at 5:30 pm following which chaos erupted and panic-stricken festival attendees ran to save their lives.
The deceased was identified as Nitesh Sawant. He was celebrating his birthday along with his friends when the incident occurred.
Cases were registered under the Anti-Terrorism Act against five proscribed outfits in Lahore, Gujranwala, and Multan - Dawatul Irshad Trust, Moaz Bin Jabal Trust, Al Anfal Trust, Al Madina Foundation Trust, and Al Hamd Trust.