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Azharuddin’s son Ayazuddin dies in hospital

Hyderabad: Ayazuddin, son of former Indian cricket Captain Mohammad Azharuddin, died in hospital today five days after he was critically injured in an accident involving his high-end sports bike.

The 16-year-old youngest son of the cricketer-turned politician succumbed to his injuries this morning at the Apollo Hospitals, Doctors said. Details are awaited.

Ayazuddin battled for life and remained on ventilator support after he sustained critical injuries when the sports bike he was driving skidded off the road at Puppalguda on Outer Ring Road (ORR) here last Sunday.

The budding cricketer remained in a “critical” condition throughout even as tests indicated dysfunction of his brain.

In a medical bulletin issued yesterday, Apollo Hospitals (Central Region) CEO Dr K Hari Prasad said, “Brain function tests conducted on Ayazuddin (in the past few days) indicate brain dysfunction. And his status remains critical.”

Ayazuddin’s cousin, Ajmal-ur-Rahman (16) who was riding pillion, succumbed to his injuries while undergoing treatment.

One comment

  1. What a tragedy. What a heart broken sad incident. At the same time why should parents give such useless dangerous gadgets to their wards? Now a day’s young generation wants to show off their filmy style adventures. Just to dive into death trap. Let them be adventurous, have a healthy body, show their courage to fight lot of injustice to the Society, join Army as Commdoes to fight against terrorists. They should not land in such misadventures actions like riding on 1000 CC Bikes , on roads that are not suitable for such bikes. What are the great achievements these boys get to have such costly items and start showing off?
    Parents should not pamper their wards with such costly charities

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