Thanzi Basheer, a student of the College of Engineering Trivandrum (CET) in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, who was mowed down by a jeep at the college campus on Wednesday, passed away on Thursday (20 August) night at 11.55 pm. She had undergone a surgery for serious head injuries.

The girl, a sixth semester civil engineering student who hails from Nilambur in Malappuram, Kerala, was hit by the vehicle during the Onam celebrations conducted at the campus.

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Thanzi's burial was held at Manimooli mosque in Malappuram at 9 am on Saturday morning and was attended by minister Aryadan Mohammed.

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has also offered his condolences.

The Sreekaryam police booked the students who were in the jeep at the time of the incident and also seized the vehicle.

A case has been reportedly registered against Baiju, a fourth year mechanical engineering student from Kannur, who was driving the jeep on charges of attempting to murder. 

Several reports said that the student behind the wheel was driving under the influence of alcohol.

Even though the accident happened around 3:30 pm, the college authorities informed the police about the incident only after six hours, reports said. They also failed to inform the victim's parents.

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