Ranchi: During Muharram, a major accident took place in Bokaro, Jharkhand.
Four people have died in this accident.
Muharram’s tazia came under the grip of 11 thousand volt high tension wire in the fields of Petarwar police station area of Bokaro district.
Four people died in this accident.
At the same time, 13 people were seriously injured.
All these people were going to shift Tajiya to Imambara.
The incident was reported around 5:30 in the morning.
Here the injured were referred to BGH Hospital in Bokaro for better treatment after first aid by doctors at Bokaro DVC Hospital.
The condition of seven people remains critical.
Short of ambulances in the hospital, the relatives of the injured and the injured have been sent to Bokaro Hospital by the vehicle of Bokaro Thermal Police Station.
On the spot, Bokaro Thermal Police Station’s Inspector-cum-station in-charge Shailesh Kumar Chauhan, Petarwar station in-charge Vinay Kumar along with Kathara OP, Gandhinagar police station reached and helped the first injured to be sent out for better treatment.
Investigation is on after reaching the spot.
The villagers and the relatives of the injured have alleged that the incident took place due to non-cutting of power supply in view of the festival.
Here, the relatives of the injured are in a bad condition by crying over the incident, while there is an atmosphere of sorrow in other areas including Khetko.
The injured have been sent to BGH Hospital in Bokaro for treatment.
Tajia was being taken to shift to Imambara.
During this time this accident happened.
The dead include Asif Raza (21 years), Enamul Rab (35 years), Ghulam Hussain (18 years), Sajid Ansari (18 years).
Chief Minister Hemant Soren tweeted about the accident, he wrote, “Received the sad news of the death of 4 people and injuries to 10 people due to an accident during the Muharram procession at Khetko in Bokaro district.”
May God grant peace to the departed souls and give strength to the bereaved family members to bear this difficult hour of grief.
The injured are being treated under the supervision of the district administration.
I wish a speedy recovery to all the injured.