Mumbai: Coolie dies in train accident, MP Dr Umesh Jadhav helps shift mortal remains

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, May 18: Sunil Seetaram Chowhan, resident of Basavanagar, Tanda, Kamalapur taluk, employed as a coolie in Mumbai railway station died in a train accident in the morning on May 17. Dr Umesh Jadhav, Lok Sabha member of Kalaburgi rushed to the spot and helped to shift the mortal remains to the home town of the deceased.

Sunil Chowhan a coolie was staying with his mother. He was severely injured after hitting against a pole at Dombivli railway station and was under treatment at Sion hospital, Mumbai since a week.

Dr Umesh Jadhav, who was in the election campaign rushed to Sion hospital, spoke to hospital dean Dr Mohan Joshi and ensured that the mortal remains are carried to the hometown of the deceased after postmortem.

The organization under the leadership of Shanker Pawar, president of Akhila Bharata Banjara Samaja provided free ambulance to transport the body to hometown Kamalapura. Dr Umesh Jadhav had a successful discussion with the railway task force senior officials for payment of compensation as late Sunil Chowhan died due to a hit of his head while working. The family of the deceased thanked Dr Umesh Jadav.    


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