2 die on way to drop relative at airport

2 die on way to drop relative at airport

Two people were killed and two injured when the car in which they were travelling crashed into an iron rod barrier on the left side of the road near Mahadevapura at Nelamangala on Sunday.

According to police, the deceased have been identified as Raheel Khan, 24, and his uncle Mansoor Khan, 58. The injured are Mansoor’s wife Shabeera Banu and their son Mohsin Tahir. They hail from Hassan and were on their way to Kempegowda International Airport when the accident took place.

Raheel was driving the car at top speed, and around 1.30 pm, he tried to overtake another vehicle, but lost control of his car and hit the iron barricade, police said.

The car toppled and rolled over for a few metres before it came to a halt. Passersby managed to break open the door and pulled out all the four of them.

They realised that Banu and Tahir were alive while Raheel and Mansoor were not responding. They called the police and an ambulance and the four were shifted to Nelamangala government hospital. Raheel and Mansoor were declared brought dead while Banu and Tahir, who suffered major injuries, are being treated, police said.

They were going to the airport to drop Tahir who is working in Qatar. Tahir had come down to India for holidays, and his return flight was scheduled for Sunday. Mansoor was a first division assistant in the Backward and Minority Commission in Hassan while Raheel worked as a driver, police said.

Man hurt in tiff over dinner

Angry with his wife for not cooking dinner, a man ended up injuring himself when he hit her and she held a knife to defend herself.

The incident occurred in HSR Layout on May 4. The couple hails from North India.
Ravi Kumar, who is a senior analyst at a private company, came home around 11 pm. He found his wife busy with her mobile phone. He went into the kitchen and realised she hadn’t cooked dinner. He confronted her and the couple quarrelled.

Then in a fit of rage, she darted into the kitchen. He followed her and hit her. She suddenly took out a knife and held it to him. Kumar tried to hit her again but was gashed by the knife. He went to a hospital and got himself treated as an outpatient. The couple continued to quarrel.

The woman approached the jurisdictional HSR Layout police on May 7 and lodged a complaint, accusing her husband of physically assaulting her.

Kumar lodged a counter complaint against her. A senior police officer said that both the complaints had been registered but the couple’s parents had arrived in Bengaluru and asked them to reconcile.

According to police, the woman had quit her job recently and was currently unemployed.

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