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IIT Guwahati student from Telengana dies due to overdose of alcohol

An Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati student passed away at the Gauhati Medical College Hospital (GMCH) after an alcohol overdose.

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In a shocking incident, An Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati student passed away at the Gauhati Medical College Hospital (GMCH) after an alcohol overdose.

According to the police, on December 31, the girl known as Aishwarya and three of her friends, all from IIT Guwahati, were having a party in a pub in Paltan Bazar, Guwahati.  Later, when they were drunk, they reserved a hotel room in the same location.

“The girl and her companions checked into a hotel in the middle of the night after partying at Paltan Bazar,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) of the Central Police District, Amitabh Basumatary, said to reporters. “Her friends brought her to GMCH for medical assistance in the morning because she was having trouble to breathe. However the resident experts declared her dead”.

The DCP said that the deceased’s body was submitted for a post mortem after the standard protocol, and that authorities at IIT Guwahati had been informed about the event.

According to police, the girl was a native of Telangana. No charge has been filed by the deceased IIT-G student’s family. 

According to the police, they are waiting on the formal autopsy report. It was permitted for the students who were with the deceased to return to the IIT Guwahati campus. According to authorities, no one has been taken into custody in relation to the case so far.

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