Andhra Pradesh minister P Narayana's son Nishith Narayana and his friend Raja Ravi Varma died in fatal road accident in Jubilee Hills of Hyderabad in the wee hours of Wednesday.
Nishit Narayana, the son of a senior minister in Andhra Pradesh who ran some of the state's top educational institutions, has died after his Mercedes SUV, which was allegedly speeding, crashed last night in Hyderabad.
The auto was being driven by Nishith at a high speed and allegedly in an inebriated condition, the DCP said based on preliminary investigation. The duo who were traveling in a white Mercedes vehicle, crashed into a Metro rail pillar.
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Police rushed to the spot and shifted them to the hospital where they were declared brought dead.
Narayana who is in London on an official tour for Amaravati Core Capital Designs is coming back.
Nishit held the post of Director (corporation) at the Narayana Group of Institutions, which was founded by his father.
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Nishith, 23, who was with his friend Raja Ravi Chandra, crashed his Mercedes Benz auto into a metro pillar in the city's Jubilee Hills area at around 3 am.
Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan visited Apollo Hospital and consoled Narayana's family. He said "In deep anguish over the tragic death of Narayana Garu's son Nishith in a road accident".
Opposition Leader Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy expressed heart-felt condolences to the bereaved families.
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