Saturday, 31 October 2015

Palam Colony couple crushed under car after dwarka expressway collision

A couple were smashed under the wheels of a speeding vehicle on the Delhi-Gurgaon road on Wednesday after the bike they were riding hit a speed breaker and lost control.

Parveen Singh Rathore (37) and his wife Anupama (34), who resided in Palam Colony Delhi with their two school-going youngsters, met with the mishap around 11.30am at the ancient Sirhaul toll square. They were quickly raced to a private healing center in DLF City Phase 3 by the car driver, where specialists proclaimed them dead on arrival.

The car, with a provisional enlistment was being driven by Samira Sisodia, a lady official of a multinational organization. She was accused of section 279(rash driving) and 304A(death by carelessness) of the Indian Penal Code.

DCP East Deepak Saharan said, "The vehicle had a makeshift enlistment number and we have appropriated the auto. We will capture the blamed on Thursday and will deliver her at a city court. The blamed's spouse Dinesh Sisodia has been requested that create the vehicle enrollment records".

Rathore worked in a glass organization at Jharsa chowk segment 15, and his wife worked with a privately owned business in DLF Cyber City. Police said it took a couple of hours to find the relatives of the casualties and that it was when they came to at night that a body of evidence could be enrolled against the charged.

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