The people of around 20 persons who were killed in accidents in Rachakonda take part in the program.
Hyderabad: Babaiah, a trader who desired to see his son as a police officer is in shock after the expiry of his 14-year-old son in an accident in Mansoorabad in 2015. He whispered that initially several people told him that he would get compensation from the government but so far nothing has happened. B. Chitti, a mother of three, who lost her husband in an accident, held the neglect of a driver killed her hubby. The families of around 20 people who were killed in accidents in Rachakonda join in the programme.
Srikanth was studying in Class IX at a graduate school at Mansoorabad. During the summer holiday of 2015 he decided to do a part time job and care his family and his academics. His dad said he was glad when his son said he required to make money for his educations. A school in Mansoorabad hired Srikanth for issuing leaflets. As the area was too large, they gave him a motorbike. Though he did not know driving he took the motorbike. He hit a tipper and passes away on the spot.
“A case was registered and persons spoke of insurance. Future, it all became an eye wash. We are worn-out of running for the insurance,” Babaiah said. Chitti, a resident of Kandukur, said her spouse Sreenu and his friend Ramulu were going to Hyderabad, but the careless driver of a Bolero who was on the wrong side hit their bike killing her husband and his friend. The driver also expired on the spot. “If the Bolero driver had followed instructions, the accident would not have happened. It destroyed his family and two other relations,” she said, making an appeal to drive carefully.
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I cry every day for my son: Mohan
Artist turned politician Andole MLA Babu Mohan supposed that parents whose children are destroyed in accidents suffer huge trauma. He said that every time he attends a function relating youth, he is reminded of his child who was killed in an accident. P. Pavan Kumar, the first-born son of the then labor minister Babu Mohan, died when his motorbike hit a road separating wall near Jubilee Hills check post in 2003.
“We made millions laugh, but for the reason that of the accident I am crying in the dark every day. No parent should agonize this, and no child should put fathers in this kind of pain,” Babu Mohan said with tears gently sloping down his eyes. He said that children should think of their parents always. “You should think of that your parents can be happy only if you are alive,” he whispered. Veteran actor Kota Srinivasa Rao, whose son K. Prasad was destroyed in an accident in 2010 when his motorbike came under a van, said that today’s early life was not ready to listen to advice. “This is an appeal to youth to pay attention to their elders,” he said.