Pyrotech Closes Office for a Day after Employees’ Death in Accident


Pyrotech Closes Office for a Day after Employees’ Death in Accident

The Staff of Pyrotech have reached Bhilwara and Chittorgarh to pay tribute to the 23rd May accident victims Shruti Trivedi and Priyanka Tripathi who died in the road accident at Road No.3 of Madri Industrial Area, one of the most accident- prone areas of Udaipur.

 
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Pyrotech Closes Office for a Day after Employees’ Death in AccidentFrom left: Priyanka Tripathi and Shruti Trivedi

The Staff of Pyrotech have reached Bhilwara and Chittorgarh to pay tribute to the 23rd May accident victims Shruti Trivedi and Priyanka Tripathi who died in the road accident at Road No.3 of Madri Industrial Area, one of the most accident- prone areas of Udaipur.

Native of Bhilwara, Priyanka Tripathi was working in the Human Resource Department of Tempsen’s Unit-2, while Shruti who was from Chittorgarh was an Engineer with Marathon Heaters. Both companies are sister concerns of Pyrotech.

After the fatal incident of Thursday evening, Pyrotech closed all its offices till Saturday to pay homage for the fatalities.

Pyrotech Closes Office for a Day after Employees’ Death in AccidentHeartbroken: Father of Shruti Trivedi

The bodies were handed over to the grieving relatives today morning after postmortem.

Pyrotech Closes Office for a Day after Employees’ Death in AccidentRelatives of accident victims
Pyrotech Closes Office for a Day after Employees’ Death in AccidentRelatives and friends at Mortuary

“Shruti Trivedi and Priyanka Tripathi didn’t deserve to die like this. They were lively, energetic and self-assured women who had future dreams, wishes and zeal to live everyday of their life happily”, said one of the employees, who did not want to be named.

But destiny had something else for them and left many questions for us.

Pyrotech Closes Office for a Day after Employees’ Death in AccidentWho is to blame for the shocking and dreadful deaths of both the women? How many more lives will be hounded by the highway trucks? What is the Administration doing to prevent road accidents in such areas where heavy vehicles move along with small private vehicles like scooters and motorbikes on a single road?

Phool Singh Meena, local Corporator of the area was unreachable to comment on the issue while traffic deputy Mahendra Singh said that the main cause of accidents in the area is the condition of roads.

“It is an Industrial area and still under development; so traffic of heavy vehicles will remain. We can do other things to avoid such mishaps like adding more speed barriers, etc.”

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