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    Published On : Tue, Aug 14th, 2018

    “How many lives will this concrete jungle consume on the pretext of development?” ask deceased’s kin

    Nagpur: The movement she reached The Government Medical College (GMC), Vaishnavi Ganvir, laments only thing, “This catastrophic would have never occurred if Sneha listened to my behest on the first place,” while weeping for her best friend.

    Sneha and Vaishanavi was best friend from 11th standard. From combine studies to volleyball they covered everything together.

    “Sneha, was a leitmotif of our group. From studies to sports, she was top of her game. I met all three of them today morning. They were hanging out in college ground. However I opposed them when they told me that they are planning a fun trip. But they eluded me,” informed Vaishanavi Ganvir, student of B. Com. 1st semester LAD college with tears in her eyes.

    It is learnt that Vishruti and Sneha were belonged to same locality. With the onset of B. Com 1st semester, they met Ruchika in the college. With lots of chit-chat and common interest their friendship came to vitality.

    Among three friends, Ruchika’s struggle was more disheartening compare to other two. She was abandoned by her mother when she born and after her father’s death, amid distress and loveliness she move to her uncle Bhojraj Parate’s resident in Tandapeth. She always wanted to get out of her misery regarding her past. However she did found a new avenue which was her friendship with Virshruti and Sneha. But sadly that didn’t even last a single semester.

    To mark pre-Independence celebration all three planed this trip, with Ruchika’s moppet, which came to an unpleasant end, informed a source.

    Also Read : 3 LAD college girls dead as they hit Metro crane on Ambazari road

    Where deceased’s kin demands strict action against metro officials and had one question in common that, “How many more life will this concrete jungle consume on the pretext of development?”

    Meanwhile, Metro Rail PRO Kokate has assured that they were looking into the matter and would investigate the CCTV installed at the spot.

    Ruchika Vijay Borikar, 18, resident of Tandapeth, Vishruti Rajesh Banwari, 18, resident of Ambazari Tekdi, and Sneha Vijay Ambadkar, 18, resident of Hilltop Ambazari, three students of LAD college reportedly met the tragic end on Tuesday morning when the scooter (MH-49 AZ 1502) on which they were riding, knocked down by a crane engaged in Metro rail works on the road near Ambazari T-point.

    Subsequently they were rushed to Wockhardt hospital where two of them were declared dead while other succumbed to injuries while undergoing treatment. Later the corpses have sent to GMC for postmortem.

    A case has been registered under the jurisdiction of Bajaj Nagar police station. Further probes are underway.

    Shubham Nagdeve


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