Not Wearing Seat Belt Caused MLA Lasya Nandita's Death

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BRS MLA G Lasya Nanditha, who met with a fatal road accident today, failed to wear a seat belt. According to reports, not wearing seat belt caused her death.  Nanditha died in a road accident on the Outer Ring Road in Telangana's Sangareddy district, on the outskirts of Hyderabad. The 37-year-old, a first-time MLA from Secunderabad Cantonment, suffered serious injuries after her vehicle lost control and collided with the road divider. While Nanditha sustained fatal injuries, her driver and personal security officer (PSO) are in critical condition.

Born in 1986 in Hyderabad, Lasya Nanditha, daughter of BRS MLA Sayanna, had previously served as a corporator from Kavadiguda since 2016. Her father, G Sayanna, passed away due to ill health in February last year.

Sangareddy Superintendent of Police CH Rupesh said, "Lasya Nanditha was travelling from Basara towards Gatchibowli. It is suspected that the driver may have fallen asleep at the wheel. The vehicle sustained significant damage to the front side. Additionally, her personal security officer was injured in the accident. Initially, she was taken to a private hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Her body is being shifted to a government hospital for a PME."

This devastating news comes as a double blow, following a similar accident just ten days prior. On February 13th, Nanditha's car was involved in another collision, tragically claiming the life of her Home Guard escort. Remarkably, she emerged from that incident with minor injuries.

Additionally, in December 2023, Nanditha was trapped in a malfunctioning elevator, highlighting a string of close calls in recent months.

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