Smriti Irani's office denies victim's charge, says she helped the injured after accident

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New Delhi, Mar 7: A spokesperson for Union Minister Smriti Irani on Monday denied all allegations that the minister left without helping those who were hurt in the accident on Saturday, Mar 5.

Irani's convoy on Saturday met with an accident on the Yamuna Expressway that left one dead and two injured. Irani's spokesperson also rejected the charge that the Honda City that caused the accident was in her convoy.

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Smriti Irani denies victim's charge

Meanwhile, on Monday, Mar 7 one of the injured accused the HRD minister of neglecting her injured father, who later succumbed to injury.

The victim, who lost her father in the accident, said that Irani ignored them and walked out of the car and got into another car and said that had the minister helped them, her father would've been alive.

Irani, on the other hand tweeted and said: "There was a pile up of vehicles due to an accident on the expressway. Unfortunately the police vehicle before mine and my car also crashed. Tried to help the injured who were lying on the road for quiet sometime and ensured they reach a hospital. Pray for their safety."

 

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