Mangaluru: Pumpwell flyover accident - Was Alto car driven by minor?


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Feb 12: There is information that the ill-fated Maruti Alto 800 car which met with an accident when moving on Pumpwell flyover on Saturday February 8 was being driven by a minor. The police are checking the veracity of this information.

The police have gathered information that a minor named Mujafir, a student of a college located in the outskirts of the city, was at the wheels of this car at the time of the accident. He does not have enough experience in driving cars but the accident happened as he was driving the car at high speed, it is said. After the Alto car crossed the divider and hit a Duster car, as a result of which the driver of the other vehicle, Praveen Fernandes, had lost his life.

It is said that five persons including Muhammed Mujafir, Ayesha Mahir, Khaleel and Mehr had gone to Pilikukla on Saturday afternoon. All of them happen to be students of colleges here. After spending time at Pilikula and a mall, they had visited Thokkottu. They returned to the city, and after moving around, were again going to Thokkottu when the accident happened on Pumpwell flyover, it is learnt.

The city south police who have registered the said case are probing.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Arun, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    My question is directed to police department Why they are covering the Alto Driver and the passages from the day one ? There is different law for this Minor Driver ? or high political influence ?

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  • John, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Don't punish the minor
    Punish the person who gave car to the minor (parents)
    Parents are mainly responsible for their children behaviour and character for not bringing up them the way they want

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    I had doubts about alto occupants...verify their background...

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  • MINU, LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    DRIVING 800 CC ENGINE ON HIGH SPEEDS IS SHEER STUPIDITY. ATLEAST SUVS HAVE THE BRAKING POWER.

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Yet another case of a MINOR causing a MAJOR problem.

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  • Ramesh, Udupi

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Most of the teenagers are least disciplined in our country.

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  • Kiran Dsouza, Bangalore

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Punish the parents as well as the students. Make them to pay Rs 1 crore as compensation to Praveen Fernandes family.

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    in third world countries like India no one follows. Everyone from office peon till manager, even in private companies are corrupt. The life of an individual has no value at all.

    Very sad really.

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  • Mathan, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    There is no use in arresting , They will get away with a warning as they are 'minors' . If not 'Mugda Alpasankyatharu' scheme that was initiated by Siddu is applicable to them and they may wriggle out. I dont know if that law still holds. At the end of the day, an innocent life lost.

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    What about blood money to the victim in this accident? The owner of the car should be held responsible for the blood money.

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    These spoiled brats are a nuisance and strict action must be taken against the car owner and parents of the boy imposjng heavy penalties and punishment. The ill gotten wealth of parents make children bold to break the laws. Here one innocent bread winner of the family has lost the life leading the family to distress. Get this brat behind the bars for next 15 years so that his head cools and parents too learn the lessons.

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  • Dinesh Kumar Shetty, Katipalla/Mangaluru

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Book his parents for the case of homicide, kanoon kuch cheez hota hai
    i see a lot of people driving without helmet and seat belts, no fear of law at all

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  • Ajith, Puttur

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Compensation should be paid to the deceased persons family by Alto and gang.
    he was the only bread winner for the family.

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  • GD, Udupi

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    The parents of the minor should be tried for murder and the compensation for the victim needs to be extracted for all the occupants of the Alto car.

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  • Rao, Udupi

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Book the car owner who has given his car to a minor.

    Is car a play item to give it to a minor?

    This negligence and irresponsible act has led to taking away the life of a young bread earner of a family.

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  • Nisha, Kuwait

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Right..., catch hold the owner of the car and so called parents of minor too.... Make these people responsible put them behind bars and charge high compensation for loosing only bread earner,..... This compensation won't get a wife her husband and children their dear father in reality..... These days parents are show off my son/daughter rides two wheeler or car even if they r minor, they say he/she very smart.... Stop issuing license u till 21 both 2 wheeler and 4 wheeler...... Put strict rule in that owner of car will be punished....

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  • Karan, Katapadi/Dubai

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    How it takes so much time to investigate who was driving car in spite of one person lost his life ?

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  • Anand R, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    It is time to send the parents to jail.
    Neither they respect existing law nor new law

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  • munna, udupi

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Minor driving is Flyover mistake

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  • Rajesh. D., Manglore, Dubai

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Munna bhai

    Your message is not clear to some people like me who has got average IQ.

    What exact message you want to convey.

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  • Anwar, Mangaluru

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    First sentence is fine, Second is not. Its not right to generalise particular religion over everything in day to day life.

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  • Nelson DSouza, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    But Anwar bhai, the stats everywhere show this as a fact. Can you deny or you feel this is also a conspiracy against your people?

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  • Anwar, Mangaluru

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Definitely not,
    Wong doings are wrong, & whoever it is should be punished, Mr. Anand was absolutely wrong saying that " THEY" "do not respect existing law nor new law", Let us consider this sentence in a goodwill & assume that "THEY" used here are only the parents of minor driver, well, we do not know whether they respect the new law or not, Mr. Anand might know them personally.
    Heres a quote for all
    "“Brutality sets you free from fear but puts you against the law and everyone else.”"

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  • Nelson Dsouza, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 12 2020

    Anwarbhai. You are a rare one. Kudos

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