Two MBA Students Died in a Road Accident in Kadapa District

Published: 07th April 2016 01:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 07th April 2016 01:48 PM   |  A+A-

KADAPA: Two MBA students were killed after the motor cycle in which they traveling collided a stationary lorry from back side at Ekopalle of Duvvur mandal in Kadapa district on Thursday.

According to Duvvur SI G Madhusudhan Reddy, the students P Nabee Rasool(22), native of Kallur in Kurnool district, K Praveen(22) of Sarada Nagar in Kurnool town, were studying MBA second year at Chadalavada Ramanamma Engineering College in Tirupati. After completion of project works and exams they left to their native place to spend holidays. Before leaving to their place the duo went to Tirumala and had darshan of Lord Venkateswara.

From there they left to their native villages in a motor cycle. When they reached Ekopalle the motor cycle rammed into a lorry which was parked beside the road. K Praveen, who was riding the two wheeler died on the spot while Rasool who suffered grievous injuries was shifted to Proddutur government hospital for treatment.

While undergoing treatment he was succumbed to injuries. After conducting post mortem to the bodies they were handed over to their relatives who reached Proddutur government hospital. Duvvur police have been registered a case and are investigating.

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