Disaster rained from the sky: Walls fell at different places due to rain in Sitapur, 7 died

Disaster rained from the sky: Walls fell at different places due to rain in Sitapur, 7 died

Sitapur: Incessant rain in UP on Tuesday wreaked havoc. Due to which 7 people died in 3 different accidents in Sitapur. While two people were injured. The injured have been sent to the hospital for treatment. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed grief over this loss of life. Along with this, he has directed the senior district officers to go to the spot and help the victims.

Know where the accident happened, the
first accident happened in Laxmanpur village of Manpur police station area when 4 people of the same family died due to the collapse of the house wall, in which 2 months old child including Lalli Devi, Shailendra, Shiva died. At the same time, two people Suman and Shivani were seriously injured, who have been admitted to the hospital. After the accident due to rain in Manpur, DM Vishal Bhardwaj, SP RP Singh reached the district hospital and inquired about the condition of the injured.

So far 7 have died
due to the collapse of the walls, the  second accident is of Bilauli Nankari village of Sadarpur police station area, where husband and wife Ram Lotan and Anita died due to the fall of the raw wall. Similarly, in Mahariya too, old Shri Krishna died due to the fall of the wall. In such a situation, 7 people have died due to collapse of walls due to rain at different places of the district. The bodies of all have been sent for post-mortem. The injured are being treated at the district hospital. 


PM Modi's visit to Siddharthnagar canceled, program to inaugurate 9 medical colleges

PM Modi's visit to Siddharthnagar canceled, program to inaugurate 9 medical colleges

Lucknow/Siddharthnagar : Big news has come out regarding the upcoming visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 30 in Siddharthnagar district of Uttar Pradesh. Under which the PM's visit to Siddharthnagar has been canceled. Actually, the PM was about to come to inaugurate the medical college under construction, but due to lack of approval from MCI, the program got canceled.

Let us inform that District Magistrate Deepak Meena gave information about the canceled tour of PM Modi to Siddharthnagar. Now there is a possibility that the PM may visit in the month of August. Along with this, let us inform that in view of the arrival of the Prime Minister in the district, an alert was issued on the Indo-Nepal border. At the same time, apart from the police of the five border police stations, the security agencies were also alerted. Strict vigil was being kept on every passer-by from across the border.

Significantly, PM Modi was to visit Siddharthnagar on July 30, which got canceled. In the presence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the Prime Minister was about to present a gift to UP by simultaneously dedicating 9 medical colleges including Siddharthnagar.