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Navua Family Seeks Justice

The family members of the late Bimal Kumari, who died in a road accident at Vakabalea, Navua, on July 2, is seeking justice. This after five months had lapsed and
29 Oct 2015 10:30
Navua Family Seeks Justice
Maharaj bus that was invovle in an accident that killed 75 year-old Bimal Kumari at Vakabalea settlement in Navua yesterday. Photo: RONALD KUMAR.

The family members of the late Bimal Kumari, who died in a road accident at Vakabalea, Navua, on July 2, is seeking justice.

This after five months had lapsed and no one has been charged in relation to her death.

The late Ms Kumari’s, son Subhash Chand said: “No charges have been made.

“We want justice because nothing has been done in regards to this case.”

On July 2, Ms Kumari, 75, was trying to cross the road in front of her home, when she was hit by the same bus that she took daily to and from Navua Town.

“My family members are really struggling to give justice to our deceased mother and it seems like Navua Police officers aren’t doing anything,” he said.

He said whenever they tried to find out about the case, the Navua Police officers just ignored them.

“Someone’s life has been taken but Police officers are not taking any action,” he said.

“The Police officers should be updating us with the information but they are not even responding to my calls.”

Mr Chand said the Navua Police traffic investigator, who was in charge of the case, always makes excuses and his mobile is always switched off.

“I want some senior Police officials to look into this matter and give justice to my deceased mother,” Mr Chand said.

Meanwhile, Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro told Fiji Sun that they still trying to get the Head of Traffic for a progress report and once that comes across, she will provide us with details.

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