The news of Subashree’s death is creating massive outrage against the ruling party as a banner associated to them caused the accident. The 23 year old techie is a single daughter for her parents.
Subashree, who worked at an IT company, was on her two-wheeler on the Pallavaram-Thoraipakkam Radial Road when an unauthorised life-size hoarding knocked her down. In seconds, a tanker hit her scooter, injuring her on head.
The woman, who was her way back home from her office, was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident, eyewitnesses said. Now, the video of the banner which falling on her scooter has been released. In the video we can see the banner waving for a long time without proper balance.
Then it falls on her way and the Lorry which is coming very close, ran over her and killed. Few blamed Subashree by saying that she died because of her carelessness and negligence. In a way of proving them wrong, the video shows the banner falling on her scooter in a way of blocking her vision.
Watch the video here :
வாகனம் ஓட்டத்தெரியாமல், சுபஸ்ரீ லாரியில் மோதிவிட்டார்.. என்று ஏளனம் பேசியவர்களின் வாயை அடைக்கும் வகையில் விபத்து நடந்த சிசிடிவி காட்சிகள் இதோ… #WhoKilledShubashree #BannerkilledSubhasree #BannerKillings #AdmkKilledSubasri #CCTV pic.twitter.com/7RnSB4JFMM— Mahalingam Ponnusamy (@mahajournalist) September 13, 2019
Her father Ravi who looked dejected said that Banner culture have killed his only daughter. “She died on spot after the Lorry ran over her. Due to this banner culture, I have lost my daughter. She is the only daughter for us. She was planning to go to Canada for higher studies. Unfortunately she is no more. I don’t want any of the parents should suffer like me. I want this Banner culture to be destroyed” he said.
Source : Behindwoods
The hoardings, which had pictures of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palanisamy, his deputy O Panneerselvam and former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, were put on the median by a local leader of the ruling AIADMK. C Jeyagopal had got the hoardings put up for a family wedding which was attended by Mr Panneerselvam or OPS.
“The hoardings are unauthorised. We are taking action against those who put them up,” C Maheswari, Joint Commissioner of Police of Chennai South region, told NDTV. Officials also sealed the shop which printed the banner printing shop. Popular Actor Slammed Officials For Banning The Banner Printing Store Instead Taking Action Against The Politicians !!
How many more litres of blood does the state government need to paint the roads, the Madras High Court said today, adding that it has “lost faith in the government” as it slammed the Tamil Nadu government over illegal hoardings and the outrage over Subashree’s death.