Deoria: People returning from Tilak ceremony collided with Bolero bus, 6 killed, many injured

Deoria | Deoria Road Accident: 6 people have died in a horrific road accident in Deoria, Uttar Pradesh and many injured are being treated at the hospital. According to the information, 6 people lost their lives and about half a dozen people were injured in a collision between a bus and a Bolero car in the Gauribazar police station area of ​​Deoria. The collision was so severe that the bus overturned and the Bolero was blown up. CM Yogi Adityanath has expressed deep grief over this horrific road accident. Let us tell you that once again in the country, road accidents have increased in many states. In the past too, there have been horrific accidents in many states in which many people have lost their lives and many people have been injured.

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photo symbolicTilak was returning after attending the ceremony
Deoria Road Accident: According to the police, Bolero riders were returning back to their district after attending the Tilak ceremony from Kushinagar district. Then the bus going from Gorakhpur to Rudrapur collided with Bolero. After the accident, screams were heard on the spot. On information, the police and top officials reached the spot and took the injured to the district hospital.

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CM Yogi expressed grief, instructed the officers for proper treatment
Deoria Road Accident: Expressing grief over this horrific road accident in Deoria, the Chief Minister of the state Yogi Adityanath has directed the officials to provide proper treatment to the injured.

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