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Dumper mounted on MP Kanwari, 6 killed: Keeping all the 6 dead bodies brought from UP to Gwalior

Dumper mounted on MP Kanwari, 6 killed: Keeping all the 6 dead bodies brought from UP to Gwalior

7 Kanwari of Madhya Pradesh was trampled by the dumper in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh. 5 died on the spot, while 1 died in the hospital. All of them were returning to Gwalior with Ganga water from Haridwar. The deceased Kawandiye were residents of Bangipura village in Utila police station area of ​​Gwalior. The bodies of Kanwari have been brought to Gwalior. The villagers and family members have made all 6 bodies on the road in Baragaon Khrari. The incident is being reported at 2 pm on Friday night. A kanwadia present on the spot told that we were eating food at a dhaba, when the driver offered the dumper. The accident took place at Kotwali Sadabad Badar intersection in Hathras. ADG Rajiv Krishna of Agra Zone said that after the incident the driver escaped with a dumper. A group of 42 people were carrying Ganga water together. Jabar Singh (28), Ranveer Singh (30), Manoj Pal Singh (30), Ramesh Pal (30), Naresh Pal (45) and Vikas died in the incident. . Hathras DM Ramesh Ranjan has announced the help of Rs 1 lakh to the family of all the deceased Kanwari. In the accident, 1 injured have been admitted to the hospital in critical condition. Before proceeding in the news, you can suggest on the pole. Kavandiyhatras SP Vikas Kumar Vaidya said that the accident Sadabad - Gwalior route But it happened. This route is not the traditional route of the Kavad Yatra. For this reason, traffic for Kanwari on this route is not stopped. Traffic is closed to give safe way to Kavadis on traditional routes. Awadhesh, in -charge of Utila police station of Gwalior, said that the family of the deceased has been informed about the incident. Utilla is 25 to 30 km from Gwalior. MP and UP CM expressed grief over the death of 6 Kanwari, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. He has expressed condolences to the families of the deceased, wishing the peace of the soul of the disabled. Instructed the district administration officials to get better treatment of the injured. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan also expressed grief over the incident. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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