Car Mishap Death: Spl Team to Nab Deloitte Manager

Published: 29th March 2015 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th March 2015 06:04 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:  Two days after a major accident took place in Gachibowli police limits where a woman techie died and her husband and their four-year-old child hospitalised, special teams have been formed to nab Deloitte manager Shwetabh Kumar, who was behind the wheels.

Kumar, apparently high on drinks, was indulging in car racing which ended in  tragedy. He rammed his Skoda Laura Classic into the two wheeler from rear which led to the death of techie, Soni Ramchandani while her husband and their child are battling for life. Shwetabh Kumar who was admitted in a hospital after the accident, is absconding.

The Gachibowli SI Santosh said that the preliminary probe revealed that Shwetabh Kumar, working in Deloitte as a HR Manager was driving his Skoda car in an inebriated condition and indulging in racing.

‘’Few teams have been formed to nab Shwetabh Kumar who is absconding from the hospital after the accident took place. Kumar was driving when the mishap took place,’’ police said.

A 35-year-old techie of Infosys, Soni died receiving serious head injuries and her husband Hari Prasad and four year-old son were hospitalised after speeding Skoda car in which Shwetabh Kumar and his friends Vinod, Rishabh and Srivatsava were travelling, hit the bike on which the victims were riding at a junction.

‘’Hari Prasad and his wife Soni and son Moksha were on the bike. They stopped the vehicle at a traffic signal in Gachibowli junction. Meantime, the speeding Skoda car being driven by Shwetabh Kumar lost control and hit Hari Prasad’s bike. In the mishap, Soni collapsed on the ground after receiving serious head injuries. The passersby shifted the victims to nearby hospital where doctors declared her brought dead,’’ police said.

Hari Prasad and his son Moksha are undergoing treatment and their condition is stated to be serious. While Shwetabh Kumar is absconding, his friends Srivatsava, Vinod and Rishabh, who received mild injuries are in police custody.

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