Trinamool workers returning from Shaheed Sabha met with an accident, 1 dead, more than 50 injured


A bus accident involving Trinamool workers returning from Kolkata from Trinamool’s Martyr’s meeting took place in Krishnapur area adjacent to Chowringhee under Kharagpur rural police station of West Bengal. The bus overturned after getting down from the road, during which one Trinamool worker was killed and more than 50 Trinamool workers were injured. According to information received from police sources, the name of the deceased was Vikas Tudu (28). He was a resident of Bandwan area of ​​Purulia district.

Trinamool workers were returning by bus after attending the martyr’s meeting.

Trinamool workers were going towards Bandwan in Purulia by bus after attending the martyr’s meeting. Due to excessive speed of the bus, the driver lost his balance. The bus got down from the road and fell into the bushes. As soon as the information about the incident was received, local Trinamool leaders, workers and policemen reached the spot. With the help of local villagers, the injured were taken to the hospital. A young man died in the hospital. The injured are being treated. Soumoshankar Sarangi, Chief Health Officer of Paschim Medinipur district, told that one youth has died and one person has been badly injured.

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The bus overturned in a roadside ditch

The bus along with the passengers overturned in the roadside ditch. As soon as the news of the accident was received, the local people immediately ran. He started the rescue work. One person has already died in the incident. It is being told that 50 passengers in the bus were injured. Some of them are seriously injured, all 50 injured people were rescued and brought to Medinipur Medical College Hospital. His treatment has started. Police officers of Paschim Medinipur district have already reached the spot. They are probing the entire matter.

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