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Jun 13, 2018
12:18PM

UP CM announced exgratia to victims of Mainpuri road accident

In Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced exgratia to the victims of Mainpuri road accident in which 16 persons including a woman have been killed this morning in Mainpuri district. 16 others are injured. Three injured have been referred to AIIMS, Saifai in Etawah in serious condition. 13 injured have been admitted at district hospital Mainpuri. 
AIR correspondent reports that Mr Yogi has announced two Lakhs rupees each to the next of the kin of the deceased and fifty thousand rupees to the injured. Expressing grief and sorrow on the accident he has also directed the officials to provide proper medical facilities to injured. District Magistrate Mainpuri Pradeep Kumar Tiwari told our correspondent that accident took place when a bus coming from Jaipur was on the way to Farrukhabad overturned after hitting road divider near Mainpuri town. 

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