A 10-month-old woman was killed and her dad and mom, each migrant labourers from Andhra Pradesh, have been injured when the motorcycle on which they have been travelling met with an accident in Telangana’s Yadadri Bhongir district late on Thursday evening, the police mentioned.
The incident occurred at Borrollagudem village of Choutuppal block on Hyderabad-Vijayawada nationwide freeway (NH-65).
In response to Chouttuppal inspector of police P Venkateshwarlu, Kadali Peddi Raju and his spouse Lakshmi, from Metlavarithota village of Ramavaram block in Andhra Pradesh’s West Godavari district, had migrated to Hyderabad a couple of months in the past to work as day by day wage labourers.
Due to the nationwide lockdown on account of Covid-19 pandemic, the couple had not been getting any work in Hyderabad. On Thursday evening, Raju left for his native village together with his spouse and toddler daughter on a motorcycle.
“As they reached Borrollagudem close to Choutuppal, about 45 km from Hyderabad at round midnight, Raju misplaced management over the bike and collided with a highway divider. Whereas the woman little one died on the spot, Raju and Lakshmi have been severely injured,” the inspector mentioned.
The locals who observed the accident instantly shifted the couple and the kid to the federal government hospital at Choutuppal. “We now have registered a case and are investigating,” Venkateshwarlu mentioned.
In the meantime, migrant labourers travelling from Telangana leaving for different states proceed to face troubles on the inter-state borders.
On Friday morning, greater than 60 automobiles carrying over 2,000 migrant labourers have been stopped on the inter-state examine publish close to Ashwaraopet of Telangana’s Bhadradri Kothagudem district on the borders of Andhra Pradesh, because the police authorities from the neighbouring state didn’t enable them to enter their state.
These migrant labourers from West Bengal left Hyderabad on Thursday night after taking journey permission from the Telangana authorities authorities. As they reached the Andhra borders at Ashwaraopet at round three am, they have been stopped by the AP police.
Nevertheless, after extended discussions with the Telangana authorities, the AP police allowed them to journey, solely after they underwent medical exams on the examine publish.
The police additionally imposed a situation that the migrant labourers from West Bengal ought to proceed their journey until they crossed the Andhra borders with out stopping wherever within the state.