Two women driving rashly at a speed of 100 km/hr on an elevated road in Jaipur, were unable to handle the vehicle and dashed into a man resulting into his untimely death. The incident reportedly occurred at 8am and details of the same are terrifying.
The deceased has been identified as Madharam who lived in Jodhpur and was preparing for his constable recruitment exam. He originally hailed from Pali village and had visited the city to appear for his exam.
On November 6, Madharam was on his way for his examination scheduled at 9am and incidentally was walking on the same elevated road where the speeding car arrived. Less he knew that he would be killed just an hour before his exam.
The car driven by a 35-year-old woman, came rushing towards the victim and hit him so hard that he fell 30 feet above from the spot and died instantly. One of his legs and arms were cut apart before his death.
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The victim’s family has filed a case in the police station after receiving information about Madharam. His brother informed cops that they are four brothers and three sisters.
About the Accused
The Audi Q7 car is registered under the name of the well-known Soni Hospital in Jaipur. The lives of both women in the car were saved due to the presence of an airbag. After the vehicle jammed, one of the women came out and called her family members.
The woman who was driving the car has been identified as Neha Soni. Another woman who was with her has been identified as Pragya.
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As reported by Dainik Bhaskar, Pragya had been admitted to a hospital due to deteriorating health. However, as reported by Aaj Tak in the video link below, police let the women leave the spot without arrest, stating victim’s family had not yet lodged complaint.
As per a report by India Today, the accused Neha Soni, was allowed to leave the police station along with her relatives on the same day. Jaipur Police gave Soni permission to return home without even registering an FIR in connection with the case.
Investigating Officer (IO) Raghunandan told India Today that kin of the deceased youth were yet to arrive from Rajasthan’s Pali district and that a case will be registered after they arrive in Jaipur.
Responding to questions about how the accused was allowed to leave without the police even registering an FIR in the case, IO Raghunandan was evasive and left the police station himself. He claimed that his presence was required at another location.
Fortunately, there were not many vehicles on the road at that hour, and thus several other mishaps were curtailed.
Since India Today/Aaj Tak report is dated November 7, we have requested Jaipur Police for their current update in the case. Story will be revised once we receive their reply.
#Jaipur | Woman Driving Speeding Audi Car Kills Man On His Way For Exam; Accused Let Off Without FIR@jaipur_police : As per report dated Nov 7, accused Neha Soni was allowed to go home without FIR. Kindly confirm current status#GenderBiasedLaws https://t.co/uXbSlSxqvY
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