A bus carrying 28 pilgrims fell into a narrow lane near the Yamunotri National Expressway in Uttarakhand.
The bus was carrying the pilgrims on way Lymonotri. (Photo: India Today)
at least 17 people They were killed after a bus carrying 28 pilgrims fell into a narrow lane near the Yamunotri National Expressway in Uttarakhand Damta on Sunday 5 June The bus was heading towards Yamunotri.
The bus was carrying pilgrims from Madhya Pradesh.
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Federal Home Minister Amit Shah expressed his condolences over the deaths of pilgrims. tweeted (in Hindi), “It is very sad to hear about the bus of Worshipers fall into the gorge in Uttarakhand. I spoke to Chief Minister Pushkar bloody on this is. Local Administration and SDRF teams betrothed in rescue work The injured are taken to a nearby hospital for treatment or treatment. NDRF is also get there soon. “
debris on The accident location. (Photo: India Today)
Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Dami ordered an investigation into the accident.
Pushkar Shami wrote on Twitter, “Unfortunate news Been received of Passenger bus accident near Dama in Borola, Uttarkashi. as such soon Such as information It was received, the district administration was directed for Relief and quick rescue work. “
“Along with This is the concerned Officials were instructed to investigate this incident. God bless the departed souls place At his feet and his strength to family Members to withstand this pain. as original for fast recovery of All injured “Uttarakhand” CM He said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced compensation of 2 lakh rupees per families of those who They lost their souls in the incident.
The Prime Minister’s Office wrote on Twitter, “The Prime Minister did announced as a gift of 2 lakh rupees each of PMNRF for The next of Close of those who They lost their souls in the incident in Uttarakhand. The wounded will be given Rs. 50,000 each.”
Former Uttarakhand CM Harsiah Rawat also express my condolences over Lives lost in the incident.