Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, road accidents have become the second most reason of huge number of loss of lives across the nation. Thousands of migrants are travelling every day to reach their native place. Various road accidents occurred in last few days where a number of migrants lost their lives while returning to their home land. A similar misfortune happened in Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh on May 16. Around 25 migrants killed and 33 injured when a truck carrying them collided with a DCM in Auraiya district. Most of migrants were coming from Rajasthan and were natives of Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal.
The incident took place around 3:30 in the morning near Mihauli village under Kotwali police circle. 17 of the 33 injured were shifted to PGI at Saifai in Etawah as their condition was said to be critical. Primary treatment was provided to 6 people who had minor injuries. Ten others are recuperating in the district hospital.
According to the authorities, their priority immediately after the accident was to look after the injured. An FIR has been registered and they are investigating the root cause of the mishap.
PM Narendra Modi condole the whole mishap and wrote on twitter handle, “The accident in Auraiya of Uttar Pradesh is very tragic. The government is carrying out relief work in full swing.”
Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath directed senior officials to visit the site and ensure proper medical help to the injured.
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