Air crash site turns into a tourist spot
People from far-off places have been visiting Parvartiya Colony to see the crash site, even during nights. Prabhu Razdan reports.delhi Updated: May 28, 2011 00:08 IST
People from far-off places have been visiting Parvartiya Colony to see the crash site, even during nights.
"People from far off places like Delhi, Palwal, Mewat and Gurgaon are seen visiting the crash site every day," said Nand Lal, who runs a cycle repairing shop near the crash site. Even the cops deployed at the site, feel the wreckage site has turned into a tourist spot
In view of the rush, the family members have demanded security at the site even though the wreckage of the aircraft was shifted to Sabdarjung airport late on Thursday evening.
"On our request, four policemen were deployed during the night in our house," Shoba Ram Sherawat said. "We did put some restriction but the people coming from far off places want to see the site", said Rajbir Singh, a cop posted outside.
"There are more visitors to the site and less to console the family", said one Rajinder Kumar of the near-by locality.