Not money, just want better roads: Biker’s father
MUMBAI Three days after the death of his 21-year-old son Rizwan, Kamal Khan met municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta, asking him to improve the condiction of roads across Mumbai. Rizwan died on Monday night after his bike fell into a huge crater on the JJ Marg near the JJ hospital.
Kamal Khan said, “We do not want any compensation. We just want to request the (municipal) commissioner to improve the city’s roads so no other family has to suffer like us. There are many craters in this city. This incident can happen again.”
Khan said the crater which after his son’s death. “If only it was repaired a day earlier, my son would have been alive today,” he said. Rizwan was travelling with his friend Sayyed Murtaza, who also sustained injuries in the mishap. The JJ Marg police station had registered an accidental death report (ADR) on Tuesday.
On Thursday the Opposition party, Congress, protested outside the JJ Marg police station, asking the officers to register an FIR in this matter. The party also lashed out at the civic administration for its lackadaisical approach in repairing city roads.
Pravin Chheda, Congress group leader, said, “We have demanded an FIR against the municipal commissioner chairperson and chief engineer (roads). It was due to their negligence that the boy lost his life taking action in the next two days.”
Senior inspector Dilip Shinde
the investigations is on. While the civic body assured that all the craters would be filled by MUMBAI: A 30-year-old man riding pillion on a Bajaj avenger driven by his relative was killed after a heavy vehicle hit the twowheeler near Sion bridge on Tuesday afternoon, making them fall.
According to the Shahu Nagar police, the accident occurred around 1pm near Sion bridge on its eastbound stretch on the sixty feet road. The bike as well as the truck were moving in the same direction.
Shamshed Ansari, 30, who was riding pillion on the bike ative, Mukhtar Ahmed, who was riding the bike escaped with minor injuries. Ansari was a tailor and a resident of Sion. He hails from Bihar. Truck driver Narendra Saini, 43, stopped the vehicle. He was arrested by the Shahu Nagar police.
Ansari was rushed to Sion hospital by passers-by, where he died soon after treatment began. A first information report (FIR) has been registered under section 279 and 304 A of the IPC.
“He was produced in the court and remanded to judicial custody,” said senior inspector DB Thorat from Shahu Nagar police station Police have ruled out