Death toll in India bus accident rises to 33

Death toll in India bus accident rises to 33

Death toll in India bus accident rises to 33

The bus, which was ferrying pilgrims, fell after the driver lost control of the vehicle due to over-speeding.

Industries Minister Rajpal Singh Shekhwat said there would be financial assistance provided: $3,124 each to the next of kin of the deceased and $781 to each of the injured. The injured have been admitted to a local hospital.

"A total of 27 people were killed and five injured after bus fell into Banas river in Rajasthan's Swai Madhopur district", the Superintendent of Police said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday expressed their sadness over the death of 30 people in a bus accident in Rajasthan.

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Police did not release any information on what caused the accident.

Early on Saturday morning, a bus carrying around 44 passengers plunged several metres into a river from a bridge in Rajasthan. Police have reached the spot to carry out rescue operations.

The passengers inside the bus, according to reports, were hailing from Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, and were on their way to offer obeisance at the Ramdevra temple in Lalsot.

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