7 including MLA's Son died in road mishap!

Tue Jan 25 2022 12:09:48 GMT+0530 (IST)

In an unfortunate incident a deadly road mishap was reported in Maharashtra during the late hours of Monday. As many as seven victims breathed their last in the incident and the victims include the son of a legislator who represents the Bharatiya Janata Party BJP.



The road accident was reported around 11.30 pm on Monday. While the vehicle was going on a bridge a wild animal reportedly came in front of the vehicle. While trying to avoid hitting the animal the driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle and fell from the bridge resulting in seven people losing their lives.

Seven people including Avishkar son of Maharashtra BJP MLA Vijay Rahangdale passed away in the sad incident. As the car fell from the bridge it was crushed severely. In the pictures the car can be seen in a damaged state.

The Police Department said that an investigation has been launched to get more details on the issue and more details will be out once the investigation gets completed.

Condolences have been pouring in for the deceased from all the corners. The politicians from various political outfits across the nation have been condoling the death of the MLAs son and sending their support to the family which is going through a tough phase with this.

The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi also joined the list of people who are condoling the deaths of the Youth who breathed their last in the road mishap. Sending his strength to the kin of the deceased Narendra Modi wished for the speedy recovery of the injured victims.

On the other hand the Prime Ministers office took to Microblogging Site Twitter to announce an exgratia of Rs 2 lakh for the kin of the deceased and Rs 50000 for the injured. The amount will be given from the Prime Ministers National Relief Fund PMNRF.

PM 5narendramodi announced that Rs. 2 lakh each from PMNRF would be given to the next of kin of those who have lost their lives in the accident near Selsura. Those who are injured would be given Rs. 50000 the Prime Ministers Office said in a tweet.