Cyclist spokesman dies of uncontrollable Vechile Collison

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The cyclist died on Wednesday afternoon in a collision with an uncontrollable vehicle near Ramsahaipur in Kotwali. The spokesman, who lives in Jaunpur district, was on his way to a college in Fatehpur district, his sending office, for the B.Sc. exam starting Thursday.
On tip-off from passers-by, the police identified the body based on the deceased’s driver’s license. In the afternoon, the police took possession of the body and sent it for an autopsy.
Sunil Singh, 45, a resident of Murara Murari in Jaunpur District, was a spokesman for Ishwardin Bhagwat Singh Mahavidyalaya in Dedhasahi, Fatehpur District. The university was closed for a long time due to Corona. The BSc exam should start on Thursday. For this reason, the university had to be opened.
For this reason, Sunil Singh rode his bike to college. When he arrived near the village of Ramsahaipur in Pinsa Kotwali around noon, he was hit by a vehicle that was moving too fast.
Sunil Singh died on the spot in the accident. In response to clues from passers-by, the police searched the deceased’s clothing and found the driver’s license. On this basis, Sunil Singh could be identified as the speaker.
The school management was informed by the police using the identity card. The school staff who arrived on site identified the body and informed the family members. The police then took possession of the body and sent it for an autopsy.

The cyclist died on Wednesday afternoon in a collision with an uncontrollable vehicle near Ramsahaipur in Kotwali. The spokesman, who lives in Jaunpur district, was on his way to a college in Fatehpur district, his sending office, for the B.Sc. exam starting Thursday.

On tip-off from passers-by, the police identified the body based on the deceased’s driver’s license. In the afternoon, the police took possession of the body and sent it for an autopsy.

Sunil Singh, 45, a resident of Murara Murari in Jaunpur District, was a spokesman for Ishwardin Bhagwat Singh Mahavidyalaya in Dedhasahi, Fatehpur District. The university was closed for a long time due to Corona. The BSc exam should start on Thursday. For this reason, the university had to be opened.

For this reason, Sunil Singh rode his bike to college. When he arrived near the village of Ramsahaipur in Pinsa Kotwali around noon, he was hit by a vehicle that was moving too fast.

Sunil Singh died on the spot in the accident. In response to clues from passers-by, the police searched the deceased’s clothing and found the driver’s license. On this basis, Sunil Singh could be identified as the speaker.

The school management was informed by the police using the identity card. The school staff who arrived there identified the body and informed the family members. The police then took possession of the body and sent it for an autopsy.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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