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Pankaj Tripathi's brother-in-law dies in road accident near Dhanbad, sister critically injured
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Pankaj Tripathi's brother-in-law dies in road accident near Dhanbad, sister critically injured

| @@indiablooms | 21 Apr 2024, 01:10 pm

Bollywood actor Pankaj Tripathi's brother-in-law Rajesh Tiwari has died in a road accident near Dhanbad in Jharkhand and his sister Sarita is critically injured, media reports said Sunday. 

The incident, which occurred near GT Road in Nirsa around 4 PM on Saturday, resulted in the death of brother-in-law Rajesh Tiwari.

Meanwhile, the Mirzapur actor's sister Sarita is seriously injured and is currently being treated at the SNCU of Dhanbad Medical College Hospital.

According to reports, Rajesh and his wife Sarita were traveling from Kamalpur in Bihar's Gopalganj to Chittaranjan, West Bengal.

Before reaching Nirsa Market Chowk, their car crashed into a divider. and the impact was so severe that the vehicle was badly shattered.

The police extracted both of them from the car with the help of locals and rushed them to Dhanbad Medical College Hospital, where Rajesh Tiwari was declared dead by emergency doctors.

After emergency treatment, Sarita has been admitted to the surgical ICU and remains in critical condition.


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