BORDUMSA: Following the spurt of rising road mishaps involving several deaths and casualties over a period of time on Trans-Arunachal Highways (TAH ) under Buridehing block in Arunachal's Bordumsa in Changlang district, the local legislator SomlungMossang has expressed concerns over the increasing unnatural fatalities.
After the fatal two wheeler road accident near JNV cross-roads involving head injury of a local youth AlbisHemrom (32) on Sunday afternoon a fresh incident involving the death of a biker youth of Assam's Jagun on Monday evening has been reported.
According to sources, the youth was found lying along the TAH near Goju Sunday Market with his motorcycle upturned. Both the accidents occurred almost in the same location within 300 meters area. Several incidents of road accidents involving death and casualties have already occurred earlier in the same cross-roads that have been identified as 'black spots'.
Meanwhile, ADC BordumsaTaloJerang said, "Immediately on learning about the mishap I called the ambulance, but he was declared brought dead by doctor in Bordumsa CHC. The police is doing its part now to hand over the corpse after the postmortem."
Reacting on the unfortunate developments, the local MLA Somlung Mosaang while expressing condolence for the loss of life said, "I have repeatedly urged the NHIDCL authority to modify the black spots stretching from JNV cross-roads to Rajanagar and help averting the rising road accidents in the area.
When contacted about the delay in realising the end, an NHIDCL official based at Namsai said that the survey was already conducted in all the said vulnerable accident prone sites in Bordumsa area and the work of development and modifications would be started very soon.