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Bus of pilgrims coming from Nepal to India after taking bath on Mauni Amavasya overturned, 45 people including 10 children injured

A bus full of pilgrims returning to India from Nepal overturned.

A bus full of pilgrims returning to India from Nepal overturned.


Bus Accident In Nepal: A bus full of devotees returning to India after taking bath on the occasion of Mauni Amavasya from Triveni Dham in Nepal overturned uncontrollably. The accident took place on Saturday morning in Maheshpur, a border area of ​​Nepal. After the accident, there was chaos on the spot. In this accident, 45 people including 10 children were injured, who have been admitted to Prithvi Chand District Hospital Navalparasi for treatment.

According to the information, there were devotees of Gorakhpur, Bhaurabari and Laxmipur of Maharajganj district in this bus. All these devotees had booked a bus from Nautanwa two days before on the occasion of Mauni Amavasya and went to take bath in Triveni Dham of Nepal nation. All of them had left for India on Saturday morning at around 11 am after bathing. There were about 70 people in the bus.

The bus had just reached Maheshpur when it went out of control and met with an accident. After this the bus fell down about 15 feet. The passengers on the bus were seriously injured in the accident. After the accident, there was chaos on the spot, the cries of children and the injured could be heard. Immediately after the accident, with the help of the local people, the police got the injured admitted to the hospital for treatment. In this accident, 45 people including 10 children were injured.

Giving information in this matter, the police said that two days ago on Thursday, about 70 people from Gorakhpur, Bhaurabari and Laxmipur in Maharajganj district of Uttar Pradesh had gone to Nepal for Mauni Amavasya festival in a bus. After this, while returning to India on Saturday morning after taking bath at Triveni Dham in Nepal, his bus went out of control. Giving more information in this matter, SI JK Acharya of District Sentinel Office said that a joint team of Nepal Armed Sentinel and Nepal Police is carrying out the rescue work. He told that till now about 45 people have been sent to the hospital.

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