LUCKNOW, KOLKATA: A middle-aged Kolkata-based couple who was on an journey journey to Ladakh on its bike died in a street accident early Saturday in Barabanki, about 30 km from Lucknow.
Subrata Sanyal (53) and his spouse Paramita (45), residents of south Kolkata’s Naktala locality, died after their mobike rammed right into a divider on the Purvanchal Expressway.
“Subrata sustained accidents on his head whereas Paramita was tossed within the air and fell a number of ft away from her husband,” stated Deepak Pandey, SHO of Gosain Ganj police station. They have been taken to an area hospital, the place they have been declared lifeless on arrival. Pandey stated the couple’s identification was established by their Aadhaar playing cards and telephones. Cops contacted their mates and relations who rushed to UP on Saturday.
The duo, who had travelled to numerous locations on their bike over the previous few years, are survived by two sons. “They’d gone on journey journeys to Odisha and MP earlier,” stated Subrata’s Delhi-based buddy Amitava Sanyal, who was among the many first to achieve Barabanki on Saturday.
“They have been loopy for bike rides. Age by no means had any impact on their love for biking and journey journeys. It hurts to listen to they died whereas doing what they liked most,” stated Saraswati Mondal, a neighbour.
The our bodies have been handed over to the household following a autopsy and have been cremated at Lucknow’s Bhaisakund crematorium.
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