Shiv Sangram leader Vinayak Mete died in a car collision on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. Mete, who was riding in an SUV, was leaving Pune when the incident happened. He was rushed to the MGM Hospital in Kamothe.
Where did the accident occur?
Shiv Sangram, the leader of Shiv Sangram, died in a Sunday morning collision involving his vehicle on the Mumbai–Pune Expressway. This happened when his SUV was involved in an accident at the Mandap Tunnel close to Panvel. The ex-MLA for Maharashtra suffered serious wounds.
His last breath :
He was rushed to the MGM Hospital in Kamothe. His juries were too deep and a lot of blood was lost. He took his last breath at the MGM hospital in Panvel.
Eknath Shinde, the chief minister of Maharashtra, and Devendra Fadnavis, his deputy, paid him a visit at MGM hospital in Panvel.
The CM of Maharashtra says:
Eknath Shinde, the chief minister, expressed his sorrow on Twitter, writing: “Unfortunately, Vinayak Mete, the founder and current president of the Shiv Sangram Party, died in an accident.” With his passing, Maharashtra has lost a vocal activist for Shiv Smarak, Maratha reservation, and other problems. May God provide eternal peace to his soul. Sincere tributes! “
The Governor expressed his condolences, saying—
Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari shared a tweet —”The accidental death of Shiv Sangram Organization President Vinayak Mete is terrible news. His humanitarian activities and commitment to the advancement of society’s outcasts are both outstanding”.
An NCP politician stated :
Ajit Pawar, a senior NCP politician and leader of the opposition in the state assembly, expressed grief, stating, “I have lost a long-time comrade and a leader of the Maratha struggle.” He put a lot of effort into helping the neighbourhood and the Marathwada area prosper. I had a long working relationship with him, and his passing left the Maratha movement “permanently damaged”.
According to the police, it was impossible to determine what caused the collision.
About Vinayakrao Mete :
Vinayakrao Mete was born in Beed, Maharashtra, on June 30, 1970. In June 2016, he won a BJP quota election. He got elected without opposition to the Maharashtra Legislative Council. Until 2014,he was a member of “The Nationalist Congress”.