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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Killer pothole: 5L too little, too late?

Mumbai: Two days after a young scooterist died in a fall after hitting a pothole on a flyover, the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation has promised that his family will get Rs 5 lakh as compensation. 

However, its reassurance did nothing to staunch questions on whether the measure was too little and too late. 
    The flyover on the Western Express Highway where civil engineer Umesh Shinde, 28, tripped on Tuesday night comes under the MSRDC's au
thority. It was built by contractor J Kumar Infra Projects and is under the five-year defect liability period. 
    The contractor is, therefore, duty-bound to pay Rs 5 lakh to the kin of the deceased, said MSRDC managing director Bipin Shrimali.

The WE highway pothole that killed scooterist Umesh Shinde (28)

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