9 labourers had been killed on the spot and eight others critically injured after the products automobile they had been travelling in fell right into a stream early Sunday morning in a village in Karnataka’s Belagavi, police stated.
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, who was in Belagavi on Sunday, introduced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh from the state authorities and Rs 2 lakh from the Belagavi deputy commissioner to the household of every useless individual.
Whereas seven of them died on the spot, two others succumbed to their accidents within the hospital, police stated.
The rescue operation was overseen by Belagavi Police Commissioner M B Boralingaiah who reached the spot within the morning.
In accordance with police, the labourers hailing from Akkatangiyara Hala village in Gokak taluk had been going to Belagavi when the automobile fell into the ‘Ballari Nala’ at Kanabaragi village in Belagavi.
The labourers had been development staff who had been going to Belagavi. The automobile fell into the stream after the driving force misplaced management over it.
Eight individuals had been injured within the accident and one labourer remains to be in vital situation.
Police rushed to the spot upon getting the knowledge and pulled out the victims from beneath the automobile with the assistance of native residents.
Police Commissioner Mr Boralingaiah additionally consoled the bereaved members of the family of those that misplaced their lives within the tragic incident.
Condoling the deaths, the Chief Minister informed reporters that he has ordered compensation and correct medical therapy to the injured.
“I’m deeply pained to listen to concerning the incident. I’ve ordered paying Rs 5 lakh compensation to the members of the family of every useless on behalf of the state authorities. The deputy commissioner of the district can even give a compensation of Rs 2 lakh,” Mr Bommai stated.
The Chief Minister stated the federal government will bear the medical bills of the injured individuals.
Mr Bommai additionally stated the labour division will give Rs 5 lakh to 5 significantly injured labourers.
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