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Three Pune men killed in separate incidents of rash driving in four days

One of the three deceased was a 16-year-old boy identified as Asif Kashim Shaikh, a resident of Khadki Bazar area, while the two others were identified as Mubarak Sahebkira Jahangirdar (50) from Solapur and Suhas Dilip Gutal (25), a resident of Shahunagar in Chinchwad.

pune Updated: Feb 14, 2018 23:51 IST
HT Correspondent
Incidentally, the three deceased died due to speeding and rashly driving their motorcycles.
Incidentally, the three deceased died due to speeding and rashly driving their motorcycles. (HT PHOTO)

Three persons were killed in three separate incidents of rash driving in the past four days in the city. One of the three deceased was a 16-year-old boy identified as Asif Kashim Shaikh, a resident of Khadki Bazar area, while the two others were identified as Mubarak Sahebkira Jahangirdar (50) from Solapur and Suhas Dilip Gutal (25), a resident of Shahunagar in Chinchwad.  Incidentally, the three deceased died due to speeding and rashly driving their motorcycles.

On Tuesday, around 7.15 am, Shaikh was speeding on the Aundh road near Khadki railway station when he hit a school bus head-on and grievously injured himself. He later succumbed to his injuries.  

A day before the incident, on Monday, Mubarakk Jahangirdar was riding a motorbike around 10.45 pm when he rammed into the rear end of a truck. The cleaner of the truck was also injured in the mishap. Jehangirdar succumbed to his injuries while undergoing treatment. The incident happened near signal number 15 on the road that connects Hadapsar to Solapur.  

Suhas Gutal was riding a motorbike near Trikoni garden near Elphinstone road in Khadki when he ran into a roadside tree around 3:30 am, according to the police. The 25-year-old succumbed to his injuries while undergoing treatment.  

In all three instances, a case under Sections 279, 304(a), 427 of Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Section 184 and 119/177 of Motor Vehicle Act was registered. While Gutal and Shaikh were booked at Khadki police station, Jehangirdar was booked at Hadapsar police station.