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- On June 30, the car driver had escaped after hitting two people, the elderly had died
After spending lakhs of rupees, CCTV cameras have been installed on the streets of Panchkula. Their quality is such that even if there is no seat belt in the vehicle, then the challan along with its fat reaches home. Due to these, Panchkula Police has deducted the challan of 1667 vehicles in a month i.e. in June itself. But on the other hand a car driver runs away after hitting two people.
In this accident, a 60-year-old man is killed on his feet, while a 45-year-old person is injured. In this case, even after 6 days, the police could not trace the car. However, high quality cameras were also installed where the accident happened and the way the car passed.
On July 1, the police had registered an FIR.
A case was registered on July 1 at Sector-7 police station. Police registered a case under 279 and 304A IPC on the complaint of Jagdish Bagaria, son of the deceased Bhairu Bagaria. Jagdish told that around 8.30 pm on June 30, someone informed him that some elderly Suraj was lying in a pool of blood in front of the theatre.
In the accident, Bhairu was hit a lot on his head, due to which he died on his maternal side. Abrar Ali, brother of the injured Yunus Ali told that his brother is admitted in General Hospital Sector 6. He has fractures in many places around the hip.
CCTV cameras are being scrutinized: ASI
The number of this car has not been traced yet. The incident took place around 8 pm on June 30, the footage of which was also seen in the CCTV cameras installed on the road leading from here towards Chandigarh and Red Bishop. Since 8 o’clock that day, a white car is visible at these light points, which is also dented, but the number of that car is not visible completely. Now the CCTV cameras installed on the roads in Chandigarh area are being scrutinised. -ASI Arjun Singh, IO, Sector-7 Police Outpost