A Delhi University assistant professor, Vikas Tyagi, 37. on Saturday come house to Moradabad during the Covid-19 lockdown, was electrocuted after rainwater reached his house in the town. According to the family, Vikas Tyagi came in touch with a live wire and died on the spot.
Vikas Tyagi was an assistant professor in the department of physics, Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences, DU, and is made due by his significant other, a 12-year-old little girl, and a 5-year-old child. The family lives in Dwarka’s division 2 and had descended to their hereditary house in Moradabad during COVID-actuated lockdown.
On Saturday morning The incident occurred when Vikas Tyagi was attempting to disengage an inverter kept on the ground floor where water had gathered post overwhelming precipitation. He has fallen on the spot and was hurried to an emergency clinic where he was announced brought dead.
The whole Buddhi Vihar settlement stays waterlogged during the rainstorm and water goes into our homes. Regardless of rehashed protests to the municipal specialists, nothing was done to address the issue. On the off chance that they had acted in time, my cousin would not have passed on, Said by Vikas’ cousin Hemant
Vikas, who went to Ramjas College and finished his completed his master’s in physics and astrophysics from Delhi University in 2003, was a splendid researcher. He had been educating at Bhaskaracharya College for a long time. Not long after the incident as angry neighbors accumulated on the spot asserting the city body’s overbearing, the metropolitan authority got the ball rolling and deputed laborers to empty out water out of the perished’s home and different pieces of the state.
The colony is placed in a low-lying area and is inclined to waterlog. We have deputed a water-suction device to pump out rainwater amassed in the area, explained by Area corporator Pradeep Prabhaker.