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HYDERABAD: After a student suffered grievous injury in a clash between two groups of youngsters at Chanchalguda on Sunday night, police have registered an assault case against four persons.
According to police, after an argument over a petty issue between two groups, comprising eight Intermediate and degree first year students at Chanchalguda on Sunday night, members of both the groups assaulted one another. “A teenager, Abbas, made fun of another youth, Abdullah, calling him a kid. Abdullah responded to the comment angrily and assaulted him. Soon a scuffle ensued between members of the two groups,” Dabeerpura inspector N Satyanarayana said.
When friends of Abbas and Abdullah were confronting one another, 18-year-old Adnan from Parvath Nagar in Dabeerpura intervened.
Kamran, a friend of Abbas, punched Adnan on his neck and he collapsed on the spot. “Adnan came to visit his aunt at Chanchalguda and upon noticing an argument between local youth he intervened. After Adnan fell unconscious due to the punch on his neck, family members rushed him to a nearby hospital. Doctors performed surgery to clear blood clot, which occurred due to the assault. Adnan’s condition is stable,” the inspector said.
Based on the complaint of the victim’s family, police registered a case against Kamran, his friends, Abdullah, Mujeeb, and Najeeb under Sections 323, 341 and 506 of the IPC.

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