According to a release issued by the Table Tennis Federation of India, the driver died on the spot, while Deenadayalan was declared brought dead by the doctors of Nongpoh Civil Hospital.
The petition alleges that the national coach had on one occasion pressurised Manika Batra to throw away a match to enable one of his personal trainees to qualify for the Olympics 2020.
The federation had already intimated to all paddlers post the Tokyo Olympics that for a player to be eligible for selection, they will have to attend national camps.
TTFI calls executive committee meeting to discuss Manika's fixing allegations against national coach
After Manika's allegation, in response to the TTFI's showcause notice, the federation had asked Roy for a written response which he has submitted.
Manika Batra said Soumyadeep Roy asked her to concede match, can't term it fixing till we speak to coach, says TTFI Secretary
The TTFI Secretary General said the federation will first speak to the coach and any action will be taken only after that.
After scripting history in Tokyo Paralympics, paddler Bhavina Patel said she is disappointed on not giving her hundred per cent in the gold medal match.
In a show of protest, Manika Batra had refused help from designated team coach Soumyadeep Roy during her singles matches.