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Mother tried to revive Beckfoot Upper Heaton School pupil Asad Khan, 11, after finding him hanging in his bedroom in Tile Street, Whetley Hill, Bradford

Mother tried to revive Beckfoot Upper Heaton School pupil Asad Khan, 11, after finding him hanging in his bedroom in Tile Street, Whetley Hill, Bradford
Mother tried to revive Beckfoot Upper Heaton School pupil Asad Khan, 11, after finding him hanging in his bedroom in Tile Street, Whetley Hill, Bradford

Mother tried to revive Beckfoot Upper Heaton School pupil Asad Khan, 11, after finding him hanging in his bedroom in Tile Street, Whetley Hill, Bradford

A DISTRAUGHT mother desperately tried to revive her 11-year-old son after finding him hanging in his bedroom - minutes after he had complained about being bullied at school.
Asad Khan - who was described as a happy and confident boy - died in hospital after he was found unconscious upstairs at his home in Tile Street, Whetley Hill, Bradford, soon after 4pm on Wednesday.
Police say his death is not suspicious, but are investigating claims the youngster had been bullied at school.
A video has been circulating on social media claiming to show Asad being assaulted by other boys.


Last night a West Yorkshire Police spokesman said the Force was aware of the footage.
“Following enquiries, officers have determined there is no connection between the footage and the death of an 11-year-old boy in Tile Street, Bradford,” he added.
“Enquiries are ongoing to identify the children in the video and to safeguard them.”
Asad had been a pupil at Beckfoot Upper Heaton School, formerly Belle Vue Boys School, for only three weeks, but had told friends he was being picked on by older boys. Asad had attended Iqra Primary School in Manningham until July.
Mrs Asama Javed, a governor at Iqra and a mother-of-four, described him as a “very confident, happy, pleasant young man” who used to help other children in the playground and was very polite to teachers.
Mrs Javed said: “He wouldn’t have carried out this action unless something had gone badly wrong.”
She said her eldest son had seen Asad three days before his death. “He indicated he didn’t like the big school because the big kids were picking on him,” she said.




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