A 20-year-old engineering student died while two others escaped with minor injuries after his high-speed bicycle hit a rotator in Mata Mandir late Friday night; the youngsters were accelerating on a racing bike and failed to control what caused the accident.
At around 2:30 p.m., a high-speed bicycle collided with a rotator near Mata Mandir in TT Nagar area. Three people, including the cyclist, were injured in the crash. All three were admitted to hospital, where one of them died while two others escaped with serious injuries.
Upon initial investigation, it was discovered that all three had left Ayodhya Nagar for tea. On the way, a friend calls him near the MANIT.
According to the police, Kanha Chauhan (20) was a first-year student at Ashok Singh Bansal College. He lived in rented accommodation in the Ayodhya Nagar region. Around 2:30 p.m. Friday night, he went out for tea with Mayank Dubey, Vishwanath Singh on the same bike. The tearooms were found closed as they wandered around town for tea. Meanwhile, late at night, Mayank’s friend Shubham called near MANIT, after which the three friends left for MANIT.
Kanha was driving the bike. Mayank sat in the middle and Vishwanath in the back. Vishwanath said Kanha applied the brakes to turn the bike around near the Mata Mandir, but due to the speed, the bike failed to turn and collided with the rotary. Kanha started bleeding due to a severe head injury.
Mayank was also injured. With the help of passers-by, both were taken to Narmada hospital. Kanha died while being treated in hospital. On Saturday, Kanha’s body was released to family members after the PM.
Kanha’s father, Ashok, said his son was preparing for the contests by staying in Indore earlier. He was admitted to Bansal College the same year. I bought a bicycle to go to university.
Vishwanath Singh said he came to Bhopal from Sidhi to do his job two days ago. He got a job in a private company in Bhopal. Vishwanath says he didn’t know Kanha. Because of Mayank, he only met on Friday. At Mayank’s request, the three men went out for evening tea. We don’t know which way Kanha took him to Mata Mandir and he was sitting behind.