In an dangerous accident one woman has been died by moving car. The incident took place around 10 am on Thursday (6th July, 2023) on the national highway at Ompi Chowmuhani, known as the heart of Teliamura.
Eyewitnesses said Uma Rani Debnath (45) of Rani Bazar Mohanpur came to Teliamura from Kalyanpur. While crossing the national highway at local Ompi Chowmuhani, an oil tanker for Dharmanagar from Agartala hit Uma Rani Debnath and sped away. On receiving the information, the seriously injured Uma Rani Debnath was taken to Teliamura Sub-Divisional Hospital by the fire brigade. After some time the doctors declared Uma Rani Debnath as dead. Uma Rani Debnath Kalyanpur was going to take out the deceased at the house of a close relative. From there, she was crossing the road from Kalyanpur to Teliamura to go to her home and again to board the vehicle from Teliamura to Agartala. It was at that time that the accident was reported. Meanwhile, in the initial situation, the car numbered TR 01 2 1672 was able to escape, but later the driver of the car went to Teliamura police station and surrendered himself along with the car, according to police sources.
Due to the traffic situation, minor and major accidents have become a daily occurrence in Teliamura. However, the death of woman in a tragic road accident at Ompi Chowmuhani, known as the heart of Teliamura city on Thursday morning, has once again raised a big question mark about the traffic system.
In addition to this, the common people are saying with a kind of anger that the traffic signal system in the busiest areas like Ompi Chowmuhani has been deteriorating for almost a year. The traffic department is responsible for looking into the matter. In other words, the life of woman finally died due to this pushing. And the Teliamura traffic office staff are so busy collecting tolls in various ways including bullock carts at the Naka point of Howai bari that the traffic boys are not aware that the traffic system has broken down. Everyone wants the Teliamura traffic authorities to immediately take effective measures across the Teliamura for the safety of passengers and drivers.