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Man dead after hit by a transport in Guwahati

Guwahati, 1 May-2014, Sandipan Sharma: Ajit Medhi, 41, passed on after he was hit by a transport at Wal Ford in the city early toward the beginning of today. He went under one of the feels sick of the transport and was purportedly dragged by it for a stretch of more than a kilometer work the Bhangagarh flyover.

Man dead after hit by a transport in Guwahati

Man dead after hit by a transport in Guwahati

As stated by police sources, the exploited person was on his bike when the transport, bearing enlistment number As01ec8131, hit him from behind. The transport was originating from Khanapara towards Panbazar. It utilizes on the Guwahati-North Lakhimpur course. The occurrence left observers in an utter state of stun. At the point when the vehicle at last ceased close to the Bhangagarh flyover, individuals had accumulated. Driver Babul Ali, 35, supposedly pretended lack of awareness that his vehicle had dragged a man in the wake of hitting him. Medhi was a vendor and was on obligation to disseminate daily papers when the occurrence happened. He hailed from Mukalmua in Nalbari region and existed with his family in a leased house in Hengerabari here. His sibling enrolled a body of evidence against the driver with Dispur police headquarters today. The police soon took Ali and additionally the vehicle into authority. Ali hails from Sipajhar in Darrang locale. “The episode happened around 6.30am today. The transport was originating from Khanapara and hit the exploited person who was on a bike, from behind. The driver did not stop and kept on driing, dragging the body which had gone under the tire for more than a kilometer. We arrived at the spot and captured the driver. The victimized person’s senior sibling likewise recorded a FIR today,” said a police official of Dispur police headquarters.

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