Bengaluru: KSRTC bus rams into minister Kota Srinivas Poojary's car, no casualties


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SHP)

Bengaluru, Feb 19: Muzrai minister and Dakshina Kannada district in-charge Kota Srinivas Poojary's car met with an accident with a KSRTC bus on Friday February 19.

The incident took place on NICE road under Kumbalgodu police station limits.

Fortunately, the minister and driver of the car have escaped unhurt.



It is said that the KSRTC bus hit the minister's car while the latter was entering the main road after filling fuel at a petrol pump.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • ponkra, mangalore

    Sat, Feb 20 2021

    nice to hear that govt collided against govt both KSRTC drivers, who get jobs due to corruption and the drivers of cars of ministers think that they own the road. nothing will change though..but at least the minister got the taste of his own medicine.

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  • Paul, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 20 2021

    It's not the bus guys mistake The bus was on right path entering the main road .seeing bus coming the drive of ministers car put siren but the bus was not able to.put sudden breaks & the ministers driver still entered. So its minter car fault . These monsters drivers they put siren in heavy traffic block as if miniter has loose motion & needs to go.to Toilet

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  • RkR, Mangalore/Dubai

    Fri, Feb 19 2021

    2 VVips playing who cares - Boss being taxpayers

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  • rahul, mangalore

    Fri, Feb 19 2021

    write something meaningful

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  • SJM, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 19 2021

    Both vehicles are consuming expensive fuel from tax payers money. No control on Govt vehicles - Lol

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  • shail, Managlore

    Sat, Feb 20 2021

    who pay fuel for opposition party's car dude . ?

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  • Manohar, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 19 2021

    God saved. Only a minor accident. It seems minister driver fault.

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  • Manohar, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 19 2021

    This is just becoz of the reckless driving of politicians and their patrolling cars.

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  • Joe D'Souza, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 20 2021

    Only when we dip hand in Pan of Water, we come to know how hot the water is. Now Mr Poojary came to know how dangerous and reckless are drivers of Government Vehicle Drivers are. Drive through Mangalore Roads and observe Vehicles with Govt. Licence Plates driving as if they are carrying the Royal Persons. They come very close and blow sirens as if they are heading towards Emergency Room. They want to give way even through traffic jam. Arrogant attitude

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  • John, Bangalore

    Fri, Feb 19 2021

    Tax payers car and bus got damaged

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  • Sunil Kumar, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 20 2021

    Tax payers money looted

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  • shail, Managlore

    Sat, Feb 20 2021

    do you people pay tax.. ? oh my god ..

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