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Six people died in 24 hours due to potholes; Crime against the company responsible for repairing the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway MEERI News

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Kasa : Six passengers died in two separate accidents at the same place in just 24 hours due to potholes on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad National Highway near Amgaon Phata in Talasari taluka. In this case, the Talasari police have registered a case against the contractor who is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the national highway.

Four people were killed in an accident between a motorcycle and a tempo on the flyover at Amgaon on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway on Monday night. So, on Tuesday afternoon, another car and a tempo again met with a terrible accident at the same place. Two died and one was seriously injured.

In this case, Mumbai-Ahmedabad National Highway maintenance and repair contractor company R. K. Jain Infra Pvt. Limited manager Ram Rathod and related officers were registered in Talasari police station on Wednesday accusing them of laxity.

The cautious role of the police..

After the accidental death of famous industrialist Cyrus Mistry, Palghar MP Rajendra Gavit demanded that a case of culpable homicide be registered against the National Highway Authority officials.

was However, the police have taken a cautious stance in this regard. A list of emergency measures will be given by the police in accident-prone areas on the highway and some time will be given for this. Palghar police said that if the repairs are not done properly after this period, they will file a case against the concerned officials or contractors.

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