‘ Sis- in- law eyeing my father’s flats’
Preeti Sharma said the fourth fl oor house at Gurukripa building, on Dr CH Street was owned by her father, who also owned fl ats on the second and third fl oor. The properties were apparently transferred in the names of Tarjindar and Milli in 2012. Sharma has alleged that they did not witness her father sign the documents. She has blamed Milli for this. transferred in my name,” Sharma said. She also said that Tarjindar had left his house and was staying with her since a few days.
“Last Sunday, I took some people along to guard the property. They were security guards, When we reached the place we found the gate locked. Tarjindar opened the gate. After a while we heard Milli and her sister threatening the security guards and making allegations,” Sharma said.
The two apparently managed to get into the fourth fl oor house to see their father, but they say that Milli locked the door from the outside and went to the police. “It was only after my husband went to the police station on Monday, that the cops came there and we were freed,” said Sharma.
A senior police officer at Azad Maidan police station said they are investigating the matter. “The FIR lodged by Milli stays. Only after our inquiry is completed that we will decide on the course of action,” he said. According to Sakpal’s maternal uncle Shirish Parab, he vomitted blood and collapsed. He was rushed to Platinum Hospital in Mulund where he was in coma and shifted to Fortis Hospital early on Thursday morning.
“What happened to my brother shouldn’t happen again. The government has to take strict action. My brother left home at 6am. His test started at 12.30pm. God knows if he ate or drank water in those waiting hours,” Dipali said.
Doctors at Fortis Hospital said he had blood clotting in the brain and an investigation was on.
The three other youngsters who died while attempting the 5km race were Ambadas Sonawane, 23, from Malegaon, Nashik district, Jaiprasad Mali, 22, from Virar both of whom died on Wednesday and Vishal Kedar, 25, from Thane who died on Friday.
Health experts say that drinking any oral rehydrating solutions would have helped these men. “With the heat and humidity, one tends to suffer from severe dehydration leading to electrolyte imbalance. This is a common problem seen even during marathon. Hydrating the body with ORS helps,” Dr Ajay Chaughule, Global Hospital’s cardiac surgeon, said.
As per the rules laid down by the circular that was issued by the offi ce of the director general on May 12, 2014, endurance tests should be conducted before 9.30am or after 4.30pm. But in all cases the tests were conducted after 11am in a clear violation of rules.
Mumbai police spokesperson Mahesh Patil said: “We are taking all precautions during recruitment process... no tests after 9: 30am and before 4: 30pm. We are providing water, glucose, banana, biscuits and tents for shelter. Doctors and ambulances too are kept at standby. We are counselling applicants and giving them safety tips.”