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Police to support Tomar’s son

Aryan was confused and could not understand why so many people had gathered around his house. The-three-year old got nervous and started crying. Neighbours took him to their house and tried to calm him

delhi Updated: Sep 05, 2008, 23:58 IST
Hindustan Times

Aryan was confused and could not understand why so many people had gathered around his house. The-three-year old got nervous and started crying. Neighbours took him to their house and tried to calm him.

“He kept saying he wanted to go home. He said he wanted to be with his mother. It was really difficult to keep him calm as we were also on the verge of breaking down,” said a neighbour.

The Tomars’ relatives surrounded Aryan and tried to protect him from the media. He saw the dead bodies of his parents being taken out of the house.

“He did not say anything, he just kept staring at the two dead bodies. God knows what was going on inside the mind of that poor kid,” a neighbour said.

Police officials said everything would be done to help out Aryan. “All the benefits like pension, education allowance would be given to him,” said Rajan Bhagat, Delhi Police spokesperson.

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