Involuntary Homicide: A Medical Representative Condemned


A driver of twenty years old was sentenced by the Magistrate, Vijay Appadoo at the intermediate court to six months in prison. He was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
Khemraj Boolaky, a medical representative, killed Roshan Bundhoo on August 16, 2011, in New Grove. He also received a fine of Rs 25,000 and a month in prison. He was also charged with conspiring with a third person, so that the latter takes responsibility for the accident because at the time of the accident he was under the influence of alcohol.

Moreover, the accused had his driving license suspended for a period of two years.
In this case, Roshan Bundhoo, aged thirty years, was killed in front of his wife who was injured in the accident. The deceased, a bus driver from the National Transportation Corporation, came out from his car to talk with his brother, who was driving another car when he was suddenly hit by the vehicle of Khemraj Boolaky.


Children injured

He was thrown several meters on asphalt and died instantly. The accused also hit the car of the brother of Roshan Bundhoo and wounding several people, including children.
The judge pointed out that the accused, a resident of Nouvelle France, should have taken precautions when he was driving his car.
The judge also stated that the accused has put other lives in danger by driving while being intoxicated. In addition, he hatched a plot for another person to take responsibility for this accident.

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