A new twist has emerged in the case of the road accident on the Kundli-Manesar Highway that claimed the lives of two businessmen. The police have arrested the accused driver, identified as Ajit, who hails from Rajasthan. The Cyber City Gurugram witnessed the tragic incident on the Kundli-Manesar Expressway, where two businessmen lost their lives. The accident occurred suddenly when the driver of a cantor (cargo vehicle) applied the brakes carelessly.
As per the initial information provided by Varun Dahiya, the ACP Crime, the accused driver’s identity has been established as 25-year-old Ajit from Rajasthan. The police are currently interrogating Ajit to understand the reasons that led him to apply brakes in the middle of the highway.
The incident took place on the Kundli-Manesar Expressway, where a cantor abruptly applied brakes, leading to a collision with a BMW on the road. The unexpected braking maneuver caused the bike, carrying Delhi and Gurugram-based riders Prashant Narula and Paramjit Gambhir, to collide with the cantor. Both riders suffered serious injuries due to the collision.
The injured victims, Prashant Narula and Paramjit Gambhir, were promptly extricated from under the cantor and rushed to the hospital. Unfortunately, despite medical intervention, both victims succumbed to their injuries during the course of treatment.
Upon receiving information about the road accident on the Kundli-Manesar Expressway, the police immediately reached the scene and initiated an investigation. The police have taken the cantor driver into custody for questioning. Additionally, the bodies of the deceased have been sent for post-mortem to ascertain the exact cause of death.
According to the police, the group of friends from Delhi and Gurugram had set out on a bike ride towards Kundli-Manesar Expressway. Upon reaching the expressway, the driver of the cantor, allegedly driving recklessly, suddenly applied brakes, resulting in the fatal collision.
The deceased, Prashant Narula, was a resident of North Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh, Delhi, and worked as a director in the industry. Paramjit Gambhir, the other victim, resided in DLF Phase-1, Gurugram. The tragic incident has cast a pall of gloom over the two households.
The police have registered a case against the cantor driver based on a complaint filed by a friend of the deceased. The charges include sections 304-A (causing death by negligence), 279 (rash driving), and 427 (mischief causing damage) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
The investigation is underway, and the police are diligently examining the circumstances leading to the accident.
This incident has caused mourning in the affected families, and the police are actively pursuing a thorough investigation to establish the sequence of events. The Cyber City police have taken the cantor driver into custody and are conducting a detailed examination of the case to determine any criminal liability in the tragic loss of lives.