Jammu and Kashmir

Father of Chennai tourist killed in Kashmir says, “nurse killed him in hospital”

While earlier people thought he died as a result of stone pelting, Thirumani’s father has come up with something new and damning

The Hush Post: Days after the death of a 22-year-old tourist from Chennai, R Thirumani, in a stone pelting incident in Kashmir, the father of the deceased Rajavel has accused the nurse on duty at the Sher-i-Kashmir hospital of killing his son.

He has said that his son was not in such a precarious situation so as to die suddenly. She injected him something and then suddenly he had seizures and minutes later he died. This was all of a sudden, he said.

The victim R Thirumani had come to Kashmir with three other family members on Sunday. Just when they hired a Tavera cab to go to Gulmarg, there was stone pelting at about 7 am.

At this time there vehicle was at Narabal along Srinagar-Gulmarg road.

He was immediately rushed to Srinagar’s Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences.

His father has alleged that Thirumani wasn’t in such a precarious situation ever that he could have died. He even changed his clothes twice and then suddenly he had seizures and he died.

He had two CT Scans there and the hospital was proceeding with the further treatment when suddenly he had convulsions.

His corpse has been shifted to Chennai.

In the meanwhile, tourists have suddenly started abandoning the valley after this incident.

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