Tea seller’s daughter topped 12th board, earned 3.8cr scholarship in the US, but 2 men killed her while chasing

In heartbreaking news, a tea seller’s daughter who got a scholarship of Rs 3.8 crore in the US, has lost her life in a road accident. The victim, identified as Sudeeksha Bhati was pursuing higher studies in the United States on a scholarship.

The shocking incident took place in Bulandshahr district, Uttar Pradesh. Her family members have alleged that it was not an accident but a murder. It all started when Sudeeksha was going to meet her relatives before returning to the United States for her studies, her family claimed.

The 20-year-old girl was the daughter of a tea-seller who made giant strides to get rid of difficulties. She was a brilliant and meritorious student who had topped in her intermediate exams and was studying at Babson College in the US. She had come home for holidays and was supposed to return to the US on August 20.

According to Sudeeksha’s father Jitendra Bhati, she was going to a relative’s place in Aurangabad with her uncle when her two-wheeler collided with the bike of hooligans who stopped it in front of her scooty on the Aurangabad–Bulandshahr road. “She fell down and died on the spot,” said the father.

He said that Sudeeksha was riding pillion when two bike-borne boys started harassing her and began performing stunts, which allegedly led to the accident.

SP City Bulandshahr, Atul Kumar Srivastava, said, “Sudhiksha was going to a relative’s place with her cousin on a bike when she met with an accident and died on the spot. The bike she was riding pillion, collided with a Bullet motorcycle. A case has been registered in this regard and a hunt is on for the owner of the motorcycle that collided with the bike.”

Sudeeksha worked hard day and night and scored an outstanding 98% in her CBSE Board Examinations and much to her hard work, grit and determination to succeed, she has topped her district in style.

For her success, she was awarded a full scholarship of 70,428 USD per semester (Rs 3.83 crore) for the 4-year undergraduate program by Babson College which is one of the Top colleges in the USA.

Fulfilling her dream, she made India and her family very proud. It is a big achievement for somebody from an economically backward family. It is a matter of pride for many young girls who aspire to study abroad. Her success will inspire other girls.

People expressed their outrage on social media over the death of Sudeeksha Bhati. People are now asking for justice for the victim. “Justice needs to prevail,”

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.