Kanwar yatri from Rajasthan killed in road accident in Greater Noida

A pilgrim from Kanwar from Rajasthan was killed when he was hit by an unidentified vehicle while crossing National Highway 91 in Greater Noida late Tuesday, police said on Wednesday.

The deceased has been identified as Prajlal, 75, a resident of Karaoli district in Rajasthan, according to officials.

“The deceased, along with 30-35 other Kanwar Yatris, was traveling from Haridwar to Rajasthan after completing the Kanwar rituals. At around 8pm on Tuesday, the group stopped in Dhaba on the highway near the Mahatta Dadri, Rakesh Kumar, said. Dare for refreshments.

“The deceased wanted to use the bathroom and decided to cross the road to go to a nearby field. While crossing the road, an unidentified car hit him and ran away, and he and his companions could not identify her. His traveling companions called the police and was taken to hospital, while undergoing treatment he died late in the day Tuesday “.

Brajalal’s son, Hari Um, 29, said they could not see the car that hit his father because they were facing a fog. “He was injured while crossing the road from the other side,” Om said, adding that his father was taken to Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar Hospital in Sector 30 in Noida.

Police said the body of the deceased was handed over to his son and others from Kanwar Yatris and taken to Rajasthan.

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