The family of a man who died after an arrest in Leeds say he was a doting father.
West Yorkshire Police were making a pre-planned arrest at a house in Wortley last night when he collapsed. He died later in hospital.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission are investigating.
"As a family we are devastated by the death of Nazim Din. He was a family man, a loving husband and a doting father of five children who he leaves behind. Nazim had much to live for..."
The family then went on to say
"...He had done nothing wrong. He was a law-abiding and peaceful man. We urge the police to fully co-operate with those investigating Nazim’s death so that the facts can be brought to light as quickly as possible. We have suffered a terrible loss and do not want to struggle for answers whilst grieving. That is the least the police and the press can do for us at this time."
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