Hyderabad: A graduate from Warangal, a relative of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee former president Ponnala Laxmaiah, was killed in a road accident when the speeding bike which he was riding met with an accident at Gachibowli on Monday.
According to the Gachi-bowli police, the victim, K. Drupad, 22, was searching of a job in the city. He was staying at Khajaguda and had enrolled into a course in digital marketing at Madhapur.
On Monday evening, Drupad went to drop his friend Krishna Chaitanya at a hostel in Financial District and was returning to his place from Q City to Wipro Circle on a bike (TS03 EQ 8223) at around 4.10 pm.
Police said the accident occurred when Drupad was speeding and lost control of the bike and rammed into a car which had halted at a signal and then hit the divider. He was not wearing a helmet and died on the spot, said the police.
“Drupad was riding the bike in a rash manner at high speed. He lost control of the bike and hit a car which was waiting at a signal and hit the median. He suffered a head injury and died on the spot,” said Gachibowli inspector R. Srinivas.
The inspector said that Drupad was a grandson of Congress leader Laxma-iah’s sister. A case has under Section 304 A of the IPC has been booked.
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