TV9 - Cricketer Azharuddin's son hospitalized after a bike crash at Hyderabad
TV9 - Cricketer Azharuddin's son hospitalized after a bike crash at Hyderabad..........! HYDERABAD: Hyderabad's Outer Ring Road is fast turning into a killing field for the city's speed-loving youth. Early Sunday, cricketer Mohammed Azharuddin's youngest son, Ayazuddin crashed into a divider on the speedway. The highspeed crash on a superbike killed the pillion rider, his sixteen-year-old cousin Ajmal-ur Rahman, and left the lad grievously wounded. Rushed to hospital by a police Rakshak van, he lay battling for his young life of 19 years. Ayaz is a budding cricketer, the youngest of the former captain's three sons by his first wife Noureen. Early Sunday morning, he told his uncle Baliguddin that he was going to take his Suzuki GSX R 1000, an Id gift from his father, out for a spin on the Outer Ring Road. According to the police, the mishap occurred at around 6.30 am at the Poppalguda toll gate. The duo were on their way back from Shamshabad to Gachibowli when Ayaz, who was reportedly going at full speed, lost control and hit the divider. The impact of the fall was such that parts of the two-wheeler, which skidded, were strewn around the place. Azharuddin, who was in London, was expected to arrive late Sunday night. His mother was also expected to arrive from Dubai where she lives. Ajmal was the son of Azhar's sister Farah and grandson of former MP Khaleel-ur-Rahman. Ayaz is a second year B.Com (Computers) student of St. Mary's College while Ajmal was in Intermediate in <b>...</b>
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