BBMP officials booked in Hagadur mishap

Girish N, Victim a resident of Horamavu, was heading to the office on his motorcycle to attend the first day of his work when the accident happened near Simanathana lake in Nallurahalli on January 8, 2019.

The Whitefield police have sent a notice to the BBMP officials in-charge of Hagadur, ward no. 84, in East Bengaluru in connection with an accident involving a 27-year-old BPO employee.

Girish N fell off his motorcycle as it hit a massive pothole near Seemantana lake in Nallurahalli on January 8.

Girish, a resident of Horamavu, was heading to the office on his first day at work at Sigma Tech park.

When his bike reached Seemantana lake, an oncoming car with high-beam lights on blinded Girish. As it was a bad stretch filled with potholes, Girish lost balance and fell. Soon after, passers-by shifted him to a private hospital. Girish sustained multiple injuries, including two severe fractures on both hands and a cut on his face. Now, the family is running from pillar to post to arrange money for Girish’s treatment. Based on the complaint filed by Girish’s brother, Murali N, the Whitefield police charged the BBMP officials under IPC section 338 (causing grievous hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others).

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