7-year-old student dies in DPS World School, parents still clueless about the cause of death

A seven-year-old student died mysteriously in school during a karate session. Her parents are still unaware of what led to the death of their child.

In a shocking incident, a seven-year-old student, Ghazal Yadav studying in DPS World School, Noida died during Karate session earlier this week. The parents have alleged that the school informed them that Ghazal was suffering from a massive headache and had to be rushed to the hospital. However, when  Ghazal’s father, Lal Chand Yadav, reached the hospital, he found his daughter bleeding profusely from nose only to be informed by the hospital staff that his daughter was no more.

The parents further alleged that the delay in providing medical aid to the child led to the death of their 7-year-old daughter. While speaking to the media, Lal Chand Yadav, said that the school called him while he was in office to inform him that Ghazal was suffering from a headache and asked him to collect her from school.

A class 2 student Ghazal, who passed away soon after participating in the Karate competition collapsed and started bleeding from the nose after which she was taken to the Kailash hospital in Greater Noida and had to be admitted to the ICU. The father alleged that she had suffered injuring during the Karate session. However, the school refuted the claims and asserted that nothing of that sort had happened.

The doctor said that the girl was in an extremely critical condition when she was brought to the hospital and they could not do much to save her.

According to reports, the father revealed that he was asked to sign an application while in the hospital which said that the parents did not wish to conduct a post mortem or did not intend to conduct any investigation. The father claimed that he was not his right state of mind when he signed that letter. The police has registered a case of negligence against the school and are currently investigating the matter. The parents also staged a protest demanding an appropriate response from the school.

Yadav also claimed that he had seen a swelling on Ghazal’s lips when the parents were performing the last rites.