A high speed Bolero hit the bike rider strongly, due to which a bike rider got trapped in the Bolero's tyre, but despite this the driver did not stop the vehicle.
Dhar/Madhya Pradesh: A horrific road accident has taken place in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh, in which the driver dragged a young man stuck in the tire of a Bolero for 8 kilometers. Arrested and started action, but whoever saw this incident was stunned.
According to the information, a painful road accident has happened in Bagh of Dhar district, a high speed Bolero hit the youth riding a bike, due to which a bike rider got trapped in the tire of Bolero, but despite this the driver did not stop the vehicle. And in the process of escaping, he took the car away for 8 kilometers, due to which the young man died due to being dragged.
It is being told that Khalghat resident Anas Khan’s father Arif (20) and his friend Amjad Khan were coming towards Kukshi on Bagh Jobat Road, when Bolero number MP 09 CM 4532 coming at a high speed from behind hit the bike riders in front. hit the
In the accident, 20-year-old Anas Khan jumped on the bonnet of the Bolero, while his companion Amjad, who was driving the bike, went away along with the bike, while Anas Khan fell from the bonnet of the Bolero under the vehicle and fell under the front wheels of the Bolero. Stuck in the part, on which the Bolero driver dragged the said youth for 7 to 8 kilometers while driving the vehicle.
During this, when people saw on the way, they started chasing the Bolero vehicle with other vehicles and after going about 8 kms stopped the vehicle, after which the police were also informed. According to the information, the driver had fled from the spot leaving the vehicle near Akhara Road, during this time the people present on the spot were agitated and were seen talking about burning the vehicle by taking out the dead body of the youth trapped in the vehicle.
On the other hand, the police reached the spot with the dead body of the deceased young Anas and reached Bagh Primary Health Center, where the post-mortem of the deceased was done and the dead body was handed over to the relatives, while the police arrested the accused driver. Station in-charge Ranjit Singh Baghel said that accused Bolero driver Ambua resident Lalit has been arrested and legal action is being taken after further investigation.