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Two major accidents took place on Friday during Ganpati immersion in Haryana. About 12 children and teenagers drowned in the canal in Jhagadoli village of Mahendragarh, in which four died. Four people including Kishore drowned at Mimarpur and Bega Ghat of Yamuna in Sonipat. Of these, father-son and nephew drowned at Mimarpur Ghat and another devotee drowned at Bega Ghat. Along with the man and the nephew, the body of the youth has been recovered. Police are searching for the teenager who drowned in Yamuna.

Chief Minister Manohar Lal has expressed grief over the deaths of youths in the accidents. He also wished the rescued people a speedy recovery.

He tweeted, “The death of youths during Ganesh immersion in canals in Mahendragarh and Sonipat is heartbreaking. We are with the families of the deceased in this difficult time. NDRF saved many people from drowning, I wish them a speedy recovery.

Devotees from Mohalla Dhani and Masani Chowk of the city had gone for idol immersion in the canal of Jhagadoli village of Mahendragarh area. The accident happened at 5:30 in the evening. Just ten minutes after receiving the information, the police and fire brigade teams as well as youths from nearby villages started relief and rescue operations.

Four children, who were taken to the hospital in Mahendragarh by 8:30 pm on Friday night, died, while three have been referred to the High Center. Other children are under treatment at the civil hospital. The search operation was going on in the canal till late night. Relief and rescue work was also affected due to the high flow of water in the accident in Mahendragarh, but only ten minutes after the incident, thousands of people from nearby villages and fire department and administrative staff reached the spot. Eight children were taken out of the canal to the civil hospital Mahendragarh through an ambulance. On the spot, teams of various departments including huge crowd and administrative staff and divers are searching for the children in the canal.

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On the other hand, Sundar Sanwari resident Sunil (45), his son Karthik (13) and nephew Deepak (20) were among those who drowned at Mimarpur Ghat in Sonepat. He along with other devotees went inside the Yamuna for a bath while immersing the idol. In the meantime, they drowned in a strong current.

After the information, the team and divers from Murthal police station reached the ghat and started the search. The bodies of Sunil and his nephew Deepak were taken out around 8 pm. At the same time, the search is on for Sunil’s son Karthik. At the same time, Sumit (22) of Rehra Basti on the Bega Ghat of Yamuna drowned in the strong current. He had gone inside the Yamuna with six companions for the idol immersion. Six of his companions were taken out of the Yamuna but could not be found. Later, only his body could be recovered after hard work.

This incident happened during Ganpati immersion is very sad. After the information of the accident, the administration started action quickly. Rescue operations were started by closing the canal. Four children have died and four have been referred. Teams of Red Cross and doctors from all over the district were engaged in relief work.
– Dr. JK Abheer, Deputy Commissioner, Mahendragarh.

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Two major accidents took place on Friday during Ganpati immersion in Haryana. About 12 children and teenagers drowned in the canal in Jhagadoli village of Mahendragarh, in which four died. Four people including Kishore drowned at Mimarpur and Bega Ghat of Yamuna in Sonipat. Of these, father-son and nephew drowned at Mimarpur Ghat and another devotee drowned at Bega Ghat. Along with the man and the nephew, the body of the youth has been recovered. Police are searching for the teenager who drowned in Yamuna.

Chief Minister Manohar Lal has expressed grief over the deaths of youths in the accidents. He also wished the rescued people a speedy recovery.

He tweeted, “The death of youths during Ganesh immersion in canals in Mahendragarh and Sonipat is heartbreaking. We are with the families of the deceased in this difficult time. NDRF saved many people from drowning, I wish them a speedy recovery.

Devotees from Mohalla Dhani and Masani Chowk of the city had gone for idol immersion in the canal of Jhagadoli village of Mahendragarh area. The accident happened at 5:30 in the evening. Just ten minutes after receiving the information, the police and fire brigade teams as well as youths from nearby villages started relief and rescue operations.

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