'I Wish The Girl's Father Had Followed The Traffic Rules': Hema Malini

'I Wish The Girl's Father Had Followed The Traffic Rules': Hema Malini

Is Hema Malini playing the blame game?
'I Wish The Girl's Father Had Followed The Traffic Rules': Hema Malini
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Bollywood was in a frenzy when the news spread of dream girl Hema Malini meeting with a severe accident. The BJP MP was on her way to her constituency when her Mercedes collided with an Alto, near Dausa district in Rajsthan. Though the veteran actress suffered multiple injuries, the worst news of all was the loss of the other victims’ four-year-old girl, Sonam, who reportedly died on the spot. The occupants from each car were immediately rushed to the hospital in Jaipur. 
 
After all the silence on her part regarding the tragic incident, the veteran actress finally took to Twitter last night to first express her gratitude towards her well-wishers. Her first tweet reads "I’m touched & overwhelmed by the many msgs & calls frm well wishers in India & frm the world over. I thank each one of u frm the bottom of my heart for your genuine my heart for ur genuine concern & prayers which have helped in my recovery frm the nightmare & trauma I’ve undergone. Love u all”
 
As for those accusing Hema for her apparent sensitivity towards the other victims she wrote, "As for the sensation-hungry media & a few members of the public who had a field day maligning me even when I was helpless and in deep trauma..who actually & unbelievably stooped to the lowest levels of human decency, I can only say “Shame on u” &”God Bless” 
 
Yet still, her most interesting tweet was the last one from the day where after expressing grief for the little girl, Malini’s concern took a bit of a turn. “My heart goes out to the child who unnecessarily lost her life and the family members who have been injured in the accident. How I wish the girl’s father had followed the traffic rules – thn this accident could have been averted & the lil one’s life safe!” 
 
In the light of such a sensitive matter, we wonder if it was necessary to play the blame game even if it were true.
 

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