Earlier, various videos namely CCTV footages were recorded regarding the ignorance of passengers over road accident victims. such inhuman act has recurred now but that ignorant person himself is a Telangana Minister traveling in his government vehicle just through aside the victim.
This incident took place at Jayashankar Bhupalapally district on Monday and a picture of the event has gone viral on social media, drawing huge criticism from netizens. According to the sources, the accident took place on Nallakaluva crossroads in Palampet village on Sunday afternoon when a Tata Ace truck rammed into a motorcycle.
The victims of the road accident include Taduri Madhusudhana Chary and his two friends Gopi and Sateesh, sources claim that three of them were heading towards Ramappa temple.
However, that inevitable heavy truck killed the 30-year-old Chary on the spot his pals two pillion riders escaped with injuries even as the truck sped away.
Soon after noticing the accident villagers gathered on the spot and were looking for a vehicle to shift Chary’s body and get proper treatment for the rest injured. Parallel to this scene the vehicle of Telangana Minister passed through that road quite informally ignoring the issue.
Such inactivity of the minister is highly questioned and he is far criticized for the sheer ignorance of humanity.
When asked about the scene, a younger present at the scene said, “I am sure the minister, sitting in the front seat, must have noticed the body. It was quite inhuman on his part to ignore the accident victims.”
Meanwhile, the person who clicked this photograph and posted it in WhatsApp group said “The village falls under his Mulugu assembly constituency and he should have stopped the convoy, got down from his vehicle and called on the injured, let alone making arrangements for shifting the body and the injured to the hospital. But, he had no such courtesy”.
Though the minister passed by the victim has noticed the scene earlier than the reach of police, he must have done something to assist them, which he didn’t do.
The minister Chandulal told media that he noticed the body on the road but could not stop as he was rushing to Palampet to call on one of his relatives who was in a critical condition.
Further, he said:
“I was busy attending a call from my relatives when my convoy went past the accident spot. In the normal circumstances, I would have got down and called on the accident victims but I was in a hurry then,” the minister said.
“It is not that I lack humanity. After all, they are my constituency people,” he added.
For a while lets just forget about the belongings and borders of the constituency, whoever the passerby is, such numb gait of the person is, however, unfair.