Paragliding instructor held in Kullu

SHIMLA: Days after a youth from Chennai was killed in a paragliding accident in Kullu district, the instructor was arrested on Friday on the charge of causing death due to negligence.

Paragliding instructor held in Kullu

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Shimla, November 22

Days after a youth from Chennai was killed in a paragliding accident in Kullu district, the instructor was arrested on Friday on the charge of causing death due to negligence.

The accident occurred at Dobhi near the popular tourist hotspot of Manali on November 18. While Arvind B (27), who was holidaying in the hill state with his wife, fell to death while paragliding, the instructor, Haru Ram (30), sustained injuries.

Ram was arrested in connection with the case registered against him under Sections 336 (endangering life or personal safety of others) and 304 (causing death by rash or negligent act) on the complaint of Arvind’s wife Priti, Kullu Superintendent of Police Gaurav Singh said. Ram would be produced in a local court on Saturday, the police officer said. — PTI

Booked for negligence 

Paragliding instructor Haru Ram was arrested in connection with a case registered against him under Sections 336 (endangering life or personal safety of others) and 304 (causing death by rash or negligent act) on the complaint of victim’s wife Priti. 

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