Convict In 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots Case Dies Of COVID-19 At Delhi Hospital

One other convict, Kanwar Singh, died final month of COVID-19. (Representational)

New Delhi:

A former MLA serving jail sentence in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case died on account of COVID-19 at a hospital in Delhi, the second inmate of Mandoli jail to have died of coronavirus, officers stated right now.

Mahender Yadav, 70, was a former MLA from Palam constituency. He was lodged in Jail no 14 of Mandoli jail, the place he was present process a sentence of 10 years, and had been hospitalised on June 26, the police stated.

One other convict Kanwar Singh, who died final month and had examined optimistic for coronavirus, was additionally lodged in Jail no 14.

Director Common (Prisons) Sandeep Goel stated that Yadav complained of uneasiness and a few heart-related issues on June 26. He was taken to DDU hospital, from the place he was referred to LNJP hospital the identical day and admitted there.

Later, on his household’s request, he was allowed to be shifted underneath police guard to a personal hospital in Dwarka on June 30.

“We acquired data that Mahender Yadav died in Akash hospital on July four night,” he added.

He was lodged within the jail since December 2018, in line with officers.

Kanwar Singh died on June 15 in his sleep. A COVID-19 take a look at had turned out to be optimistic later, officers stated.

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