Girish Mahajan immediately sent to Indore to monitor situation closely – Devendra Fadnavis
A state-owned transport company bus has killed 13 passengers after it plunged into the Narmada River in Madhya Pradesh. After the accident, the state government announced an aid of 1 million rupees each to the families of the deceased, and rescue efforts are still ongoing. Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Devendra Fadnavis detailed the relief measures the state government has taken so far.
“A state transport board bus met with an accident at Dhar in Madhya Pradesh. So far, the bodies of 13 people have been found. This is a very sad incident. Many passengers are missing. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and I discussed with the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh has started action by immediately sending all the administration to the spot. Can anyone read it? They are trying for this. Some of our people have also reached there. Girish Mahajan has been immediately sent to Indore. They have been told to help for this rescue mission,” informed Devendra Fadnavis.
“A coordination center for rescue operations has been set up in Jalgaon district. All the information is being given to the relatives from this center. I had a talk with the Collector of Dhar. The Collector has shown me the situation there through a video call. All types are very serious. We certainly share the grief of the families. The search for those who have gone missing is going on,” Fadnavis also said.