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Indian boy, 10, dies 15 days after road accident in UAE

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Sharjah: A ten-year-old Indian scholar died on Wednesday, 15 days after a road accident in Sharjah.

The sufferer, Abdullah Zamir Kazi, was a grade 5 scholar of India International School (IIS) in Sharjah.

In an announcement to Gulf News, the varsity mentioned that the scholar succumbed to the accidents that he had sustained after the accident that befell on May 24.

Hailing from Mumbai in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, Abdullah had met with the accident whereas he was going to stationery store close to his condominium in Sharjah, in keeping with the varsity. He was below remedy in University Hospital Sharjah.

“We express our deepest condolences to the family of our departed student. We share their pain and pray to the almighty for giving them strength and patience,” P.A. (*15*) Haji, chairman of PACE Education group that runs the varsity acknowledged.

The college posted a condolence message on social media additionally. Principal Dr. Manju Reji and Abdullah’s academics visited his mother and father and provided condolences to the household. Abdullah is the second amongst three kids of Indian expat Kazi Zamir Abdul and his siblings examine in the identical college.


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