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Two Arrested in Gay Indian Prof’s Death

Two Arrested in Gay Indian Prof’s Death


Two people have been arrested in connection with the death of Srinivas Ramchandra Siras (pictured), a prominent modern languages scholar at Aligarh Muslim University who died suspiciously after being entrapped in a gay sex sting.

According to NDTV, suspects "Adil Murtaza and Shiraz, both local journalists, carried out a sting operation on the AMU professor."

Siras, who was 62,was found dead in his on-campus residence at the school in Uttar Pradesh on April 7, shortly after a court-ordered reinstatement from a suspension issued over his capture in the sting operation.

The autopsy on Siras was inconclusive, with no evidence of initially suspected death causes including murder, suicide, or heart attack.

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