Cabbie who ferried sea link suicide victim traced

Written By kom nampultig on Jumat, 13 Februari 2015 | 22.23

MUMBAI: Two days after an unidentified man—aged around 30 years—jumped to his death from the Bandra Worli Sea Link (BWSL), the Worli police on Thursday managed to trace the taxi driver to Dadar. The man had stopped the cab on the pretext of offering a prayer from the sea link, the taxi driver Uday Jha told cops. The police are yet have to locate the victim's body.

"The taxi driver said on February 10, the passenger had hired his taxi around 5.10pm from near Maratha Mandir in Mumbai Central and asked him to go to Bandra via the sea link. On reaching the sea link, the passenger asked Jha to stop the cab so that he could put a Rs 20 note into the sea as an offering to get a wish fulfilled," said senior inspector Vinay Kulkarni.

The man jumped off the sea link at 5.30pm. Jha, who witnessed the suicide, fled the scene in fear. Some passing motorists, who also witnessed the incidents, informed the toll booth staff about the incident and they informed the police.

Meanwhile, the police have issued letters to taxi union, directing that cabbies be told not to stop on the sea link. Kulkarni confirmed that a letter in this regard has been sent to taxi unions. "Action will be taken against taxi drivers if they are found to have halted on the sea link," he said.

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