Youth drowned in river in Kaimur and died in Durgavati river, drowned in deep water

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Youth drowned in river in Kaimur and died in Durgavati river, drowned in deep water
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Omprakash Singh, the only son of Suresh Singh, a resident of Belodi village in Mohania police station area of ​​Kaimur district, died on Thursday, 35, due to drowning in the Durgavati river. Villagers said that the flow of water in the river is not very high, but just behind the village, Durgavati river is very deep. Meanwhile, on Thursday, Suresh Singh's son Omprakash Singh went to bathe in the river. Swimming did not come, the woman went into the depths of the river while bathing. They started drowning during the tears, after some time, when the information about this, people got into the river to find Om Prakash. After much effort, Omprakash's body was taken out. However, the referral hospital was taken to Mohania for satisfaction where the doctor declared Omprakash dead. On the information of Omprakash's death, Zilla Parishad member Geeta Pasi and a large number of villagers also reached the hospital. Geeta Pasi said that I had a conversation with the local administration in terms of the incident. The incident has happened which is sad. But initiative is being taken on the family of the deceased to get compensation from the Disaster Relief Fund. However, the assurance has been given by the local police administration. However, on the information of Omprakash's death, the entire village was mourned in a moment. People also told that after the death of Omprakash Singh, Suresh Singh's lamp was extinguished. Omprakash was the only son of his father. Here the police took the body to Bhabhua for post-mortem after completing the legal process. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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