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Road accident in Kullu: Two girls fell from the opening of the bus in Ani; One dead and the other seriously injured, driver-conductor arrested

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Road accident in Kullu: Two girls fell from the opening of the bus in Ani;  One dead and the other seriously injured, driver-conductor arrested Funny Jokes

The police have registered a case against the driver and conductor, taking possession of the dead body.  - Dainik Bhaskar

The police have registered a case against the driver and conductor, taking possession of the dead body.

  • The two girls were undergoing sewing embroidery training at the sewing center in Bagipul.

A painful road accident has occurred in Ani in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, in which a young woman has died. The second woman is seriously injured. The accident occurred due to the sudden opening of the moving bus. The two girls fell from the moving bus as soon as the door opened. Police have taken action and arrested the driver and conductor.

Confirming the incident, DSP Ani Ravindra Negi said that under the Nirmand section, a roadways bus runs from Tharla to Rampur route. On Tuesday morning, two young women from Dawah sat in the bus for Bagipul. The bus had reached 3 kilometers ahead that the door of the bus moving near Chhabir Scissors suddenly opened and the girls fell.

Hearing the shouting of the passengers, the driver stopped the car and the injured girls were rushed to the hospital immediately. Where a girl was declared dead by doctors after first aid. The deceased has been identified as Dusah, a resident of Roshan Lal, 20 years old, evening evening, Nirmand.

Injured girl Deepa daughter Bihari Lal is resident of Dawah village. The two girls were undergoing sewing embroidery training at the sewing center in Bagipul. The police have registered a case in this regard and started investigating and arrested the bus driver and the operator. The administration has provided immediate relief of 10 thousand to the next of kin of the deceased and 2 thousand to the injured.

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