Dabra Accident News: The youth who was injured in the accident on Tuesday near Bagbai Tirahe of Bhitarwar area died during treatment. On Wednesday, the family members blocked the dead body by keeping it at Kariyabati Tiraha. The relatives had demanded that action should be taken against the culprits. Due to which the jam was imposed, it remained jammed for more than 2 hours. There were long queues of vehicles on both sides, then after persuading the administrative officials for a long time, the relatives agreed and then opened the jam and the traffic could start smoothly.
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In fact, on Tuesday, Kalu alias Rajendra father Narayan Jatav, 28, used to work at a petrol pump near Kariyavati Bhitarwar. On Tuesday, December 27, he was going when the bike driver of bike number (MP 07 NQ 7894) going from Bhitarwar hit Rajendra’s bike, injuring him seriously. The bike driver fled from the spot after the accident. The people present on the spot informed the police, the police reached the spot and with the help of an ambulance, he was taken to Bhitarwar Health Center where after first aid, he was referred to Gwalior in view of his critical condition. He died late night during treatment, after which on Wednesday the relatives blocked the Kariyabati Tirahe by keeping the dead body. There were a large number of women and men in the jam. The relatives demanded that an FIR should be registered against the accused. The ruckus continued for about 2 hours and long queues of vehicles started due to jam on both sides of the road.
Seeing the seriousness of the matter, station in-charge Prashant Sharma reached the spot and tried to convince the family members but the family members were not ready to accept. The administration said that a case has already been registered in this matter, but the family members said that the accused was FIR should be registered, the police assured that action will be taken against the culprits, they will not be spared. After which the family agreed, then went and opened the jam.
Arun Rajak’s report from Dabra