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The world is many storeys down from where Shailendra Yadav spends 6 days a week. But thoughts of death are never too far away, as the recent killing of two building cleaners like him from a fall showed.
“I am very scared. The man didn’t just hit me, he also saw my face and said that if he abducted me, I would be so ashamed I would not be able to show my face anywhere. I do not know if I will return to work there. I may look for another job,” Santoshi Kumari said.
“The first incident took place around 1.30 am in lane 23, when a commuter tried to drive through without paying tax. Our employee, Dinesh, tried to stop him, but the driver abused him and hit him with his car before driving off,” said PRO of the toll operator.
The incident comes two years after residents of the same village had beat a leopard, a “two- or three-year-old male”, to death, after it wandered into their midst and attacked eight people in an attempt to escape the crowd.
When she realised that the man had masturbated on her, the woman slapped him, who charged back at her with abuses. Even as she shouted and called for help, the man fled the spot, once again flashing at her.
More than three hours after the IAF announced that there were no survivors, Santosh’s parents, four siblings and residents of the slum in Race Course Club area had no idea where the body was, or if their presence was required at an airport.
The incident took place around 6.30 am Monday, and was brought to the attention of the complainant, Nikhil Mahesh, founder of Umeed for Animals Foundation, by a resident of the locality who claims to have witnessed the puppies being thrown.