After a tractor trolley crashed in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, at least 22 people were killed, and several more were wounded. Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent their sympathies to the families of the disaster victims.
In addition, PM Modi promised a 2 lakh rupee compensation for the slain victims’ families.
“Disturbed by the Kanpur tractor-trolley accident. All of those who have lost loved ones are in my thoughts. Prayers for the wounded. In a tweet, the local government is doing everything it can to help the victims, “stated PM Modi.
“From PMNRF, a 2 lakh ex-gratia payment would be made to each dead person’s next of kin. “50,000 would be handed to the injured,” he continued.
The event happened in the early evening close to Bhadeuna hamlet, which is inside the boundaries of Saar police station. According to authorities, the tractor-trolley was traveling to Ghatampur with roughly 50 people on board after the passengers participated in a “mundane” rite at the Chandrika Devi temple in Fatehpur.
Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, stated that senior authorities had been told to be there immediately.
“The Kanpur district road tragedy is tragic. The District Magistrate and other top authorities have been ordered to rush to the scene, undertake relief and rescue efforts on a war footing, and set up the injured’s medical care. Wishing the wounded a quick recovery,” Yogi tweeted.
“It’s tragic that so many people died in this disaster. My sympathies are with the family of the deceased. In his tweet, he said, “Praying to Lord Shri Ram to provide the departed souls a place at his feet and the families of the dead to endure this incomprehensible loss.