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Supertech Limited chairman’s daughter dies in road accident in London

Mohini Arora had been pursuing higher education in London for the last three years.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
November 24, 2016 12:06:09 pm
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The 23-year-old daughter of Supertech Limited chairman RK Arora died in a road accident in London. Mohini Arora, who had been living in London for the last three years for higher studies, was traveling along with her three friends when their car collided with a truck on Sunday around 1 am (IST). The incident happened on the M20 motorway in Kent.

While two of her friends survived the accident with minor injuries, Mohini, who was driving the BMW car, died on the spot.

One of her friends who survived the car accident, informed Mohini’s family in India about the incident. Soon after learning about the accident, RK Arora and other family member left for London.

She had been studying in London’s Regent’s University.

Supertech Limited is one of the key players in the real estate industry in Noida. They have been embroiled in controversies regarding the handover of flats in the recent past with the Supreme Court in September asking them to return money to investors as it was not concerned whether the real estate major “sinks or dies”.

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