Dr Krupali Nikam, 26, a young Ayurvedic doctor had been practicing at Pimple Saudagar in Pune.
She was riding her two wheeler when a kite manja cut her throat and she was left lying on the road close to 20 minutes before anyone came to her aid.
Manja is sharp thread which is usually glass coated and at times with some metal, making it sharp enough to cut the skin. It is used in kite flying and has been banned by many courts.
“She collapsed from her bike. I went to help her and found that her neck was cut with manja. Lots of blood was flowing. Had any vehicle stopped to help her, her life could have been saved,” said Siddharth Borawake, the Pune resident who took her to the hospital.
Other eye-witnesses who were riding behind Dr Nikam said that they saw her falling down from her bike and were shocked to see her neck cut with the manja. “She tried to speak, but she could not ,” said assistant police inspector Gade. After 20 minutes, a vehicle stopped and she was taken to hospital.
Many cases of Manja injuries come to casuality very frequently, and after all the bans it is still easily available.
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