Punjab National Bank Manager Killed in Road Accident in Bansur

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A Punjab National Bank (PNB) manager was killed in a road accident in Bansur, India, on Saturday morning. The manager, identified as Netram Poonia, was 56 years old and was on his way to work when he was struck by a pickup truck.

Poonia was going to the PNB branch in Hamirpura, a village near Bansur, when he stopped to feed a cow on the side of the road. A pickup truck traveling at high speed hit from behind, killing him instantly. Local residents rushed to the scene of the accident and called an ambulance.

Poonia was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. His body has been taken to the Bansur mortuary, where an autopsy will be performed after his family arrives. Poonia had been working as a manager at the PNB branch in Hamirpura for about a year. He lived in the Gokul Vatika Colony in Kotputli, a nearby town.The police are investigating the accident.

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