Mumbai: Cyclist killed in hit-and-run at Andheri, cops look for scooterist | Mumbai News

MUMBAI: A 28-year-old bike owner lost his life 4 days after an unknown scooterist rammed into him at Andheri West. The sufferer, Masoom Qazi’s, household did some sleuthing of their very own and came upon the accident spot in addition to his lacking cycle. DN Nagar police are trying for the perpetrator.
Qazi labored as a portray and plastering contractor. On January 5, he left on his sports activities cycle from Jogeshwari, at 8.30pm, to move to his relative’s place in Juhu Gully with a meals parcel. Around 9.15pm, an autorickshaw driver known as up his cousin, Saba Ansari, and informed her that Qazi had had an accident. The auto driver introduced Qazi to Behrambaug. Qazi stated his head was hurting very badly. When relations took him to their Juhu Gully residence, he started throwing up. He was instantly rushed to Cooper Hospital the place he underwent a CT-scan and was placed on a ventilator. After battling for life for 4 days, Qazi succumbed to his accidents on January 9.
“We were in the dark about how exactly did the accident occur or where was his cycle?,” stated Qazi’s uncle, Asif. The household then began making inquiries round and on January 12, they discovered a society on JP Road the place Qazi’s cycle had been parked. Savio Pimenta who ran a store in the premises stated he had parked the cycle. Pimenta had been standing exterior his store on January 5 when the accident occurred.
“Pimenta told us two men on a scooter had rammed into Qazi’s cycle, causing it to hit the divider,” stated Asif. Qazi had fallen off and damage his head and was bleeding. Onlookers requested the scooterist and his pillion rider to take Qazi to the hospital. But its not clear in the event that they helped him into an auto after which left or fled from the accident spot itself. One of the bystanders clicked a photograph of the scooter’s numberplate however it was captured solely partially. The household then went to the cops with the photograph and an FIR was registered by Amboli police on January 12. Subsequently, it was transferred to DN Nagar police station. “We will make an arrest soon,” stated senior inspector Bharat Gaikwad.


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