Mumbai: Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Thursday ordered an inquiry into the incident of the dying of six individuals in Pandharpur city. He additionally directed to register a case of culpable murder not towards these chargeable for the incident.
In response to an official assertion, Pawar has visited the world in Konkan, western and central Maharashtra, South Marathwada and Vidarbha to evaluate the injury prompted to crops and homes as a consequence of heavy rains. Six individuals died on Wednesday after a wall collapsed on the banks of the Chandrabhaga river as a consequence of heavy rains in Pandharpur city of Solapur district.
Heavy rains in varied components of the state together with Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Solapur and Kolhapur on Wednesday led to water logging and flood-like situations at many locations. Throughout a gathering held on the ministry to evaluate the flood state of affairs within the state, Pawar directed the investigation of Pandharpur incident and to register a case of culpable murder towards these accountable. (Company)
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