In another incidence death, what we have come across is a horrific death of Akbari, an 85 year.
Akbari was trapped inside her home in the neighbourhood of Gamri Extension after a mob set it on fire on Tuesday morning. Her son told NDTV that his mother was on the third floor of their home when her four grandchildren saw that a mob was approaching their home to torch
On speaking to few of the medias her son said that he had to go out to buy milk when all the incidence escalted.
“At around 11 am, the children said there’s no milk at home. So I went out to buy milk. While returning, my son called up to say that about 150 to 22 men have reached home. I don’t know if they were Hindus or Muslims. The children had locked the gate from inside,” Akbari’s son Saeed Salmani said.
His four children, all between 15 to 20 years, were trapped inside.
“My mother was on the upper floor and got trapped. I could not go inside as people said they will kill me too,” Mr Salmani said. “The children kept calling asking saying ‘Papa, aa jao, bachao hamein (Papa, come and save us),”.
Trapped inside her home, Akbari had burn injuries on her hands and died of suffocation. The children managed to survive.
Mr Salmani said the mob first set fire on the ground floor where he had his garment workshop, and went upstairs to set the first, third and fourth floors on fire. The entire family lived on the third floor, he said.
Akbari’s body remained inside the burnt house for close to 10 hours and could be taken out by firefighters only at around 9:30 at night on Tuesday, after the fire was brought down.
“I am sure she must have screamed for help…No one could here to help. She died of suffocation,” Mr Salmani said.