RAJASTHAN STATE ROAD TRANSPORT Vs. PISTA AGGARWAL
HIGH COURT OF RAJASTHAN
Rajasthan State Road Transport
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GUMAN MAL LODHA,J. -
(1.)URBANISATION with auto revolution is not unmixed good. Accidents, death traps and blood baths are a few amongst other evil effects of it. One has to live dangerously. Now the traditional facts.
(2.)AT about 9.30 p.m. on 16th July, 1978, a fatal accident was witnessed near Niros Restaurant, Mirza, Ismil Road, Jaipur, Girraj Prasad Agrawal was the unfortunate victim, who died on account of this accident.
The deceased along with his nephew was coming towards Niros Restaurant on Mirza Ismail Road, one of the busiest place in Jaipur. The Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation's Bus No. RRG 1957 dashed against the said scooter causing this accident. It was being driven by Mubarak Ali, an employee of the Corporation.
(3.)THE deceased was an Electrical Engineer having passed Diploma in it in First Division and was serving as Manager in K.K. Mills, Jaipur, on a salary of Rs. 1800/ - per month. He was also partner in M/s. P.J. Textiles and was getting share in profits. At the time of this fatal accident, the deceased was 32 years of age.
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