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Jaipur BMW Hit and Run Case: 3 People Killed in the Accident by Son of a MLA Nand Kishor


A Jaipur BMW car belonging to independent Rajasthan MLA Nand Kishor Maharia from Sikar hit an auto (three-wheeler). Unfortunately, 3 people have been crushed to death allegedly by the son of the MLA, Siddharth. The car then rammed into a stationery police van and injured 3 policemen as well. According to reports, MLA Nand Kishore’s son Siddharth was there in the BMW car with 2 others.

This incident took place late after midnight on Saturday near the Saint Xavier Senior Secondary School in Ashok Nagar, Jaipur. The accident ended up killing the driver of the three-wheeler along with two of his passengers. Another passenger of the three-wheeler and 3 policemen, who were in the police van, have been injured. One of the injured policemen is the Ashok Nagar Assistant Sub Inspector Rajju Singh, who has got a severe injury on his head and right arm.

“We are questioning Siddharth and others and have not arrested them yet”, said Bala Ram, the SHO of Ashok Nagar police station.

Nand Kishor Maharia is an independent MLA from Fatehpur Assembly Constituency in Sikar district. He denied the allegations put on his son Siddharth. He said, “Siddharth was with his uncle’s son, who studies engineering in Bangalore. The vehicle was driven by driver Ramesh and they were coming from the direction of Raj Mandir Cinema. It was dark and raining and the car hit a three wheeler which was coming from the direction of University Maharani’s College. The three-wheeler did not have a radium number plate. Subsequently, the car also hit a stationary police van.”

The MLA also said that they are saddened that 3 people lost their lives in the accident. He admitted that the BMW car belongs to their firm, without elaborating any further.

 


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