Tamilnadu BJP General Secretary, Vice President Severely Injured in Accident

Published: 27th April 2016 05:07 PM  |   Last Updated: 28th April 2016 03:57 AM   |  A+A-


TIRUCHY: Four persons including BJP state general secretary S Mohanrajulu and state vice president S Surendran were injured when their car was hit by a sand laden lorry that took a sudden reverse at Thuvarankurichi in Tiruchy-Madurai bypass here on Wednesday early hours.

The condition of Mohanrajulu is said to be very critical. It is said, Mohanrajulu (45) and Surendran along with their security personnel Pandian and Vignesh were on the way to Chennai from Madurai on Tuesday late hours.

When their car was nearing Pulithipatti at Thuvarankurichi in Tiruchy -Madurai bypass, a sand laden lorry which was stationed along the roadside took a sudden reverse after which the driver Vivek attempted to avert hitting the lorry but by the time, the car rammed into the lorry after the car driver lost his control and the passengers inside the car including the car driver sustained severe injuries.

On hearing the noise of the accident, the passers by rushed to the spot and rescued those who were battling for life among them, Mohanrajulu who sustained severe head injury was in an unconscious state and the public along with the Pulithipatti police rushed them to Kauvery hospital, Tiruchy where Mohanrajulu has been kept under intensive care unit and his condition is said to be critical and unconscious still the news came last.

While others regained consciousness and undergoing treatment.

On information, the state president Tamilisai Soundarajan rushed to the hospital in the early hours on Wednesday and visited them and discussed with the medical officials of the hospital about Mohanrajulu's condition. 

Meanwhile, union minister Pon Radhakrishnan, National Secretary Muralidhara Rao, Ex MP CP Radhakrishnan, IJK Founder Pachamuthu (Paari Vendar) and other leaders visited the injured and consoled their relatives. Later, the minister said, Mohanrajulu who has been under critical care treatment could recognise them despite he could talk and will recover soon.

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