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CM comes first or work will not be allowed… Father said on daughter’s death in Mathura tank accident

Nita Yadav

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After the collapse of the water tank, the work of removing the debris is going on

A major tragedy occurred on Sunday evening at Krishna Vihar Colony in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura, where a water tank built here overflowed its banks and collapsed. Due to the collapse of the tank, there were cracks in the surrounding houses. Around 24-25 houses have sustained significant damage due to tank collapse. A water tank has collapsed due to heavy rains in Mathura on Sunday. This tank was built to convey water from the Ganges. Two women have died in this accident, while 15 people are injured and undergoing treatment.

A team of NDRF-SDRF reached the spot, took charge and started rescue operations. Rescue operations continued near the tank for about 12-14 hours. Debris removal is still going on. Mohan Goswami, the father of the deceased, has demanded that he will not allow any work to be done in the area until he meets Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

The father of the deceased has opposed the ongoing debris removal operation in the area and said that he will not allow any work to be done under any circumstances. The City Magistrate reached the spot and tried to convince Mohan Goswami. But he was not satisfied, after which DM and SSP reached the spot and spoke to him. After much effort, work could be resumed at the site.

An FIR has been registered in the name of the Agra-based company that made the tank. Late in the night Jal Nigam Executive Engineer (Construction Department) Ratnesh Kumar Srivastava registered a case against SM Construction Firm of Agra and two partners M/s Banwari Lal resident of Agra and M/s Triloki Singh Rawat resident of Almora. It is alleged that the construction work was negligent and the work was not done properly.

Damage to houses

The collapse of the tank has caused cracks in the houses of the surrounding people and around 24-25 houses have been damaged. People are feeling uncomfortable in their homes and some people have even left their homes and reached their relatives’ homes. However, no assistance has been announced by the administration for the damaged houses so far. Mathura District Magistrate Shailendra Kumar has constituted a team to investigate the accident. The team has been ordered to submit a report within a week. Shailendra Kumar has said that strict action will be taken against the culprits.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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