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Mirzapur case: The car of the groom going to the wedding unbalanced and fell into the canal, was removed after much effort.

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The car of the groom going to the wedding in Mirzapur fell into a canal.  - Dainik Bhaskar

The car of the groom going to the wedding in Mirzapur fell into a canal.

The procession originating from the Leopard Art Village of Lalganj police station area of ​​Mirzapur district in Uttar Pradesh was going to Lalji Padariya village of Madihan police station area. On reaching Kolkata on the way, the groom’s car became unbalanced and went into the canal. The groom Avadhesh and the car rider narrowly escaped the accident. The car was evacuated after hours by the tireless efforts of the villagers. The groom was sent by another means.

According to the information, there was a delay in leaving the groom king’s procession from the house. So the car driver increased the speed to reach the floor quickly. The driver lost his balance on the car running on the bumpy road and left the road and went into the canal of the village of Kolkam. There was no major accident due to lack of water in the canal.

Took out the car with the help of a tractor
Only three people were riding in the car at the time of the accident. Everyone, including the groom, survived safely. No one was seriously injured. Seeing the accident, the villagers ran to the spot. Attempts to remove people from the vehicle in the canal amid a chandelier failed. The groom was sent to the in-laws from another vehicle. Several hours later, with the help of a tractor, the car was taken out of the canal and rushed to the destination. During this time the people of the village gathered to help.

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