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11:29 | 20th August 2017

News: World

Thu 8 Apr, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


The University marked his act as an act of grave misconduct despite Delhi High Court decriminalising homosexuality last year

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An Indian Professor was found dead yesterday evening following students catching him having gay sex with subsequently resulting in him being suspended from his position within the university.

Dr Sreenivas Siras was found dead in his apartment on Wednesday evening with traces of blood left on the pillow and the body was sent off for post mortem.

Siras, 64, was suspended from Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) after caught having sex with a rickshaw-puller in a campus house by fellow teachers who sent off a video of the act to the University authorities.

It is feared that the circumstances surrounding Siras’s death may be down to suicide after the University marked his act as an act of grave misconduct despite Delhi High Court decriminalising homosexuality last year.


 

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