Jaisalmer, July 11: It is common sense that accident victims need immediate help so that they can be saved. But a news report coming in from Rajasthan's Barmer district not only defies common sense but also shames humanity. Three accident victims, all of them aged below 30 could have been saved but were left to die on the road. Even more disturbing is the fact that the onlookers clicked selfies instead of helping the accident victims.
The three youngsters died after their bike was hit by a school bus. The deceased have been identified as Parmanand (27), Gemaram (30), and Chandaram (30), according to a report in English daily The Times of India. The report also mentions that all the three were left to die on the road and were surrounded in a pool of blood.
The video of the three youth lying on the road is also doing the rounds. Disturbing visuals in the following video, viewer discretion is advised.
The report says that the three youth were labour contractors and worked at a cement factory in the state of Gujarat. Reportedly, the trio had visited Rajasthan for employing labourers and were supposed to return to Gujarat two days later. But alas, that was not to be as they met their tragic fate on Tuesday.