Kalaburagi: Sickle over cyclist's shoulder slices girl's throat


Daijiworld Media Network - Kalaburagi (SP)

Kalaburagi, Apr 13: A shepherd was carrying his stick with a sickle fitted to one of its ends on his shoulder. A girl student passing that way on a two-wheeler was killed after the sickle sliced her throat. This incident happened on Friday April 12.

The victim has been identified as Megha (20), a student of computer science section of PDA Engineering College here. She was going to her college by her scooter when this tragic incident happened near Ramamandir Circle on Friday morning.

A relative of the girl who happened to pass by on that road within minutes of the accident, took the girl to a hospital in his car, but the doctors said she was brought dead.

The shepherd fled from the accident spot, leaving behind his bicycle and stick fitted with sickle.

  

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Apr 13 2019

    Hard,tragic.Cant imagine how the girl felt at her last minutes.May her soul rest in peace.Heartfelt sympathy to her family.shocking moments to to know that fellow fled from the place ,instead of helping or to say sorry...or to admit his mistake.Police must findout who he is and punish him on murder case.

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