Hema Malini is a popular individual in India, she has acted in several movies and is currently a full-time politician. She is working with ruling Government party in India, the BJP.
She owns a Mercedes Benz and had an head on collision with a Maruti Suzuki Alto in Rajasthan. Unfortunately a child seated in the opposite car was declared dead in this incident.
Hema Malini has suffered minor injuries, while occupants in the Alto have been hospitalised. Her driver, Mahendra Thakur has been charged with culpable homicide not amounting to murder and rash/negligent driving.
Hema Malini was involved in an accident in Rajasthan, she was not driving her Mercedes-Benz and has sustained injuries. Her vehicle crashed into a Maruti Suzuki Alto, which accounted for death of a child occupant.
Here is the state of Hema Malini's Mercedes-Benz, it was perhaps all the safety features that saved her and the driver of the vehicle. From this image it looks like not much damage has been done to her vehicle in this major accident.
It is clear that Hema Malini would require stitches to heal and stop bleeding from her forehead. It is good to see her walking under her own strength, proving that she has sustained few injuries compared to the other occupants.
Here is an image of the havoc and wreckage caused to the other vehicle. We presume this occurred at high speed and it must have been a traumatising experience for the occupants of Maruti Suzuki Alto. All members have been hospitalised, however, a child from this vehicle was declared dead on spot.
Mercedes-Benz vehicles are one of the most safest vehicles on offer. They are currently conducting the Safe Road campaign, which explains that all occupants should wear seat belts for all their safety equipment to work efficiently.
The drivers side of Hema Malini's Mercedes-Benz absorbed major impact. Her driver, Mahendra Thakur has been charged with culpable homicide not amounting to murder and rash/negligent driving. So what do you think will justice be provided in a smooth and fast manner in this case.