Ferdinand B Lyngdoh, son of former Meghalaya Chief Minister Late E.K. Lyngdoh’s son was burnt to death inside his own car when his car blasted off.
Incident took place in Umran Diary
This incident befell close to Umran Diary at the Shillong-Guwahati national highway in Ri-Bhoi district yesterday.
Ferdinand B Lyngdoh worked as an Assistant Professor in charge of the Department of Basic Science and Humanities in the College of Community Science in Sangsanggre, Tura. He is also the younger brother of George Lyngdoh who is Congress MLA.
Car blasted off while traveling back
He was traveling from Tura to Shillong by driving his car. While traveling, there was an abrupt blast in his car and, as a result, caught fire which quickly engulfed the car completely.
Ri-Bhoi Superintendent of Police Nazarius Lamare came forward and said that because of the excessive heat, the AC burst, and the window had been completely shut which caused the blowout.
Previous incident in Ri-bhoi
On September 29 six people died when a passenger bus carrying 22 passengers fell in a river bordering East Garo Hills and West Khasi Hills district at Nongchram village at around 12 AM.
The MTC nighttime bus, with 22 passengers on board, was at a very excessive speed and was traveling between Tura and Shillong while it skidded off the bridge at Nongchram and plunged into the Ringdi river.
Sangma has expressed grief on the death of the six people due to the accident, added to IANS: At least sixteen people had been injured when a Meghalaya state transport passenger bus plunged into the Ringdi River withinside the wee hours of Thursday, police stated.
A senior police professional right here stated that the nighttime first-rate bus fell into the Ringdi River at Nongchram in East Garo Hills District while it was touring from Tura to the state’s capital Shillong.