Son of AP minister among 2 killed in road accident

Angelica Greene
May 10, 2017

Nishith Narayana was one of the directors of Narayana education group.

In a tragic road mishap, Andhra Pradesh Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister Dr P Narayan's son Nishith Narayan and his friend were killed when their vehicle crashed into a metro pillar in the Jubilee Hills area in Hyderabad.

Nishit and his companion Raja Varma evidently went out for a late night ride after substantial showers joined by fast winds lashed the city.

Nishith, 23, who was with his friend Raja Ravi Chandra, crashed his Mercedes Benz auto into a metro pillar in the city's Jubilee Hills area at around 3 am.

The duo while heading back home in a Benz SUV, crashed into a metro pillar at Jubliee check post.

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The police are yet to ascertain the reason for the accident, and are investigating if the duo was drunk at the time. Based on the the preliminary investigation by the police, the auto was being allegedly driven by Nishith at a high speed and apparently in an inebriated condition.

Nishith (in photo) and his friend were extricated from the mangled remains of the SUV and rushed Apollo Hospital where they were declared dead on arrival.

It is believed that most of the Telugu Desam Party members have left to Hyderabad to console the family.

The impact of the collision was so strong that the both Nishith and Ravi Chandra, who was the son of businessman MM Krishna, died on the spot.

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