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The car shattered after the accident.
- The accident took place at around 12 o’clock in the Madavara police station area
- Among the dead is the brother of the Sadar of Muslim society in Tikamgarh.
An uncontrolled car hit a tree in Lalitpur, Uttar Pradesh, on Sunday night. In this accident, three Galla traders living in the city of Tikamgarh in Madhya Pradesh were killed. The accident was so severe that the car flew off. The bodies have been taken out of the car and sent for postmortem by crane. The accident took place in the Madavara police station area in Lalitpur. The death of the youth has weakened his family.
All three came to village Sdrimal
Guddu Malik alias Abdul Abbas (41 years), younger brother of Abdul Razzaq, a Muslim society resident of Mau Chungi under Tikamgarh Kotwali in Madhya Pradesh, came to the village of Sadumal in Lalitpur in connection with some work on Sunday evening. He was accompanied by Galla businessman Kallu Mongna alias Kailash Chandra Jain (41 years), resident of Nandishwar Colony street number one and Monu Jain alias Gaurav (35 years), resident of Nutan Vihar Colony, Dhonka.
All three in the car died on the spot.
Car collided with tree while returning
Around three o’clock in the night, the three left in a car to go to Tikamgarh. All reached between Sadhumal and Satwansa village on the Madavara-Mehrauli road when the car went uncontrolled and hit a tree on the roadside. Due to which all three died. Monu Jain’s body was badly trapped in the car after the accident. Police arrived after receiving information, and after a lot of hard work, the body was taken out. Station head Krishnavir Singh said that three people died in the accident. The bodies have been sent for postmortem. Information has been given to the families of the victims.