Ravi Raikwar, Datia. A major accident took place in Madhya Pradesh’s Datia district this morning. Where five people died tragically after Eicher vehicle overturned. All of them were people of Khatik community living in Gwalior district. The girls were going to the Jatara of Tikamgarh for the wedding ceremony in a mini truck. During this, the wheel of the truck got off in the river near Buhara village on the way. Five people from the girl side died tragically in this incident.
5 people died in MP’s Datia: The truck going to the wedding ceremony fell into the river from the bridge, CM announced compensation, Home Minister gave instructions to speed up the rescue work
Akash and Pooja got married in a simple manner in Ramlala temple
There, after the accident, mourning spread on the girl’s side. But even after this, Akash and Pooja were married in a simple manner in the Ramlala temple. During this, the groom’s party also reached Datia from Jatara Tikamgarh. There was silence in the marriage ceremony. The faces of the family members were telling that what is their condition at this time, but still somehow the marriage was completed.
Bride’s grandmother, cousin and two nephews died in accident
Bride Pooja’s grandmother 60 years old Pancho Bai died in this painful accident in Datia. At the same time, Pooja’s cousin Prashant Shejwar, 5-year-old nephew Ishu, 3-year-old nephew Kairav and 5-year-old Gunjan, a relative from Morena, died.
Big accident in MP: Uncontrolled truck fell into the river, five including 3 children died, many injured, all were going to the wedding ceremony
PM Modi expressed grief, announced compensation
At the same time, PM Modi also expressed his condolences to the dead while expressing grief over this accident. And wished for the speedy recovery of the injured. At the same time, it has been announced to give 2 lakh rupees assistance from PMNRF to the families of those who lost their lives in the accident, while 50 thousand will be given to the injured.
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