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People died in bus accident

2022 Sep 04, 14:24, Binauna village
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After the death of two youths from the same village who were going to India for wages, Binauna village of Rapti Sonari Rural Municipality-5 of Banke is in mourning.

UP 93 BT going to Goa from the Indian border town of Rupaidiha, four Nepalese including 25-year-old Prem Tharu, 24-year-old Sheetal Tharu and 45-year-old Chakra Bahadur Oli, resident of Dang Tulsipur sub-metropolitan city, of Rapti Sonari-5 Binauna village were killed when passenger bus no. 9944 crashed in Barabanki, India on Saturday morning.

Prem and Sheetal who were relatives, and residents of Rapti Sonari-5 Binauna, also died in the accident. After the death of two youths from the same village in a road accident, the entire Binauna village is in mourning, said Jhagru Tharu, the ward president.

"The village is grieving, we have all gathered. Grieving relatives and villagers have come for the cremation," " said the ward president Tharu. Prem and Sheetal used to go back and forth to India for wages. The deceased Prem has two children while Sheetal was unmarried. Ward president Tharu said that two people from Binauna were killed and some were injured in the same accident.

Senior Police Deputy Inspector Madhav Rizal informed that the body of the deceased was brought to Nepal at 2 o'clock this morning in coordination with the Indian Police. According to him, one of the four deceased Nepalese has not yet been identified. The Indian police claimed that the condition of six of the injured ones is serious. They are being treated at a trauma center in Lucknow.


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