Monday, May 29, 2017

Cabbie who lost 6 of family in EFW mishap hangs self




Mumbai: The taxi driver who was held responsible for the death of six members of his family after the speeding vehicle they were travelling in rammed into the Eastern Freeway wall last November, committed suicide in his rented Wadala residence on Friday night. Relatives said Mangur Verma (36) seemed tense since the Dongri police filed a chargesheet against him on May 9 for rash and negligent driving and culpable homicide not amounting to murder.
Neighbours found his body at 9pm and informed the police. “He was wearing a woman's nightdress when he hanged himself,“ said a neighbour. “Since the accident, he had become withdrawn and would not socialize. He had even started drinking a lot." A police officer told TOI, “There was no suicide note.While searching the house, we found a copy of the chargesheet.“ The body has been sent to KEM Hospital for post-mortem examination.



The Times of India, May 29, 2017

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