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Yamuna Expressway accident: Victim writes to President, says Smriti Irani was insensitive to family


New Delhi, Mar 10: Days after HRD Minister Smriti Irani escaped unhurt in an accident on the Yamuna Expressway, the son of the doctor who was killed in the same accident has written to President Pranab Mukherjee.

According to a report in TOI, Dr Ramesh Nagar's son Abhishek has claimed that he was forced by the police officers to change the registration number of a wrong car in the FIR.

Abhishek has now appealed to the President seeking justice.

Victim writes to Prez about Smriti Irani

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In the letter, Abhishek claims that the HRD minister was insensitive and said that her convoy rammed his father's motorcycle.

He further writes that Irani did not even help his sister who begged her with folded hands.

Abhishek wrote, "The station in-charge of Manth police station refused to register the case if I didn't mention the number in the FIR. The inspector claimed that he had seized the car, but was reluctant to show it."

The children of the deceased doctor had earlier contradicted Irani's claims that she tried to help those injured and made sure that they reached the hospital. Earlier this week, Irani's spokesperson also rejected the charge that the Honda City that caused the accident was in her convoy.

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

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