Road accident claim 6 life, including 2 Student, 1 Teacher

Six people were killed and 28 members of a group of students and teachers injured seriously in a collision between a private bus and a truck trailer near Sande Rao in this district of Rajasthan early today. The bus was carrying around 35 students and teachers of Jaipur- based private engineering college on a tour to Mount Abu when it rammed into the trailer at Kenpura village near Sande Rao around 0500 hrs today. According to police sources the head-on collision left five passengers dead on the spot while one succumbed later on.
The dead were identified as teacher Meira Agrawal, students Umaid and Vijendra Mehra, drivers of the both the vehicles and cleaner of the bus. The injured were admitted to a hospital in Sumerpur from where two were referred to Jodhpur and three to Pali for treatment, the police sources said.
 Meanwhile the recent comment of College authority sock students and victims dependent.  that the college trip to Mt Abu organized by students themselves, as claimed by the college administration, turned into a nightmare six hours after the trip started from the city.  “Our staff is bringing all the injureds from Jodhpur,” said K R Bagaria, director, VIT college. He refused to grant any financial aid to deceased saying that the trip was organised by the students themselves and “the college doesn’t have any role’. The college administration announced reopening of the college on Monday. As the news spread, parents and relatives made frantic calls to the college administration seeking information of their wards. Most of the students were from outside Rajasthan.