Devlal Bheel and Shivlal Bheel : “Two Youths Killed in Kota as Speeding Truck Hits Bike on NH-52”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Tragic Accident Claims Two Lives in Kota

Kota was struck by tragedy on Saturday evening when a speeding truck collided with a bike on NH-52 near Jugpura, resulting in the death of two young individuals. The victims have been identified as Devlal Bheel (25) and Shivlal Bheel (23), both of whom were daily wage laborers residing in Mandirgarh, Mandana area of Kota district.

According to sub-inspector Murlidhar Nagar of Ranpur police station, the accident occurred around 5:30 pm when the two youths were returning home from work. The truck hit them from behind, instantly killing them on the spot. The impact was so severe that the truck ran over their bodies.

The bodies of the deceased were transported to the mortuary for postmortem, which is scheduled to be conducted on Sunday morning. The devastating incident has left the community in shock and mourning the loss of two young lives.

Road accidents continue to be a major concern in India, with reckless driving and negligence often being the cause. Sadly, this incident is not an isolated case. In recent news, a man in his 20s lost his life in a similar accident on the Tauru-Bilaspur Road. The victim, identified as Shokin, was traveling with his father when a speeding truck rammed into their bike. The truck driver fled the scene, and an FIR has been filed against him for reckless driving and death by negligence.

The alarming number of road accidents has also raised concerns about the safety of coaching students in Kota. Faureed Hussain, a 20-year-old NEET aspirant from West Bengal, recently took his own life in his rented accommodation in Kota, marking the 25th suicide by a coaching student this year. The administration has issued directives to address this issue and prevent further tragedies.

In another unfortunate incident, four construction workers lost their lives when a truck collided with the van transporting them in West Bengal’s Hooghly district. The deceased have been identified as Jeevandeep Baul Das, Mangaldeep Baul Das, Biswajit Roy, and Diwakar Singh.

These incidents serve as a reminder of the urgent need for stricter road safety measures and increased awareness among drivers and pedestrians alike. It is crucial for authorities to take immediate action to prevent further loss of lives on the roads.

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