3 Women from Mansa in Punjab Died While Returning from Farmers’ Movement

A speeding dumper trampled 5 women While Returning from the farmers' agitation. In the accident, 3 died, while 2 were seriously injured.
3 Women from Mansa in Punjab Died While Returning from Farmers’ Movement
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A horrific accident took place in Bahadurgarh, adjacent to Delhi, on Thursday morning. A speeding dumper trampled 5 women waiting for an auto to go back home from the farmers' agitation. In the accident, 3 Women died on the spot, while 2 elderly women were seriously injured.

The accused dumper driver fled from the spot after the accident. Police have admitted the injured woman to the hospital.

One of the Two Injured is in Critical Condition

On Thursday morning at 6.30 am, the five women had to reach the station to go back to Punjab. For this, she was sitting on the sidewalk waiting for the auto. Meanwhile, the dumper coming from the Jhajjar side trampled them. Chhinder Kaur (60), Amarjeet Kaur (58), and Gurmail Kaur (60) died on the spot, while two women, Mehr Singh and Gurmail (60), were seriously injured. The condition of one of them is critical, who has been referred from Bahadurgarh to Rohtak PGI.

According to the information, all five women were residents of Punjab. They had come to join the farmers' movement on the border. They had built their camp near the flyover on Jhajjar Road.

Image Credit: DB
Image Credit: DB

Returning After the End of the Shift

In fact, a large number of people of Punjab, including women, have come to the farmers' movement on the Tikri border. Farmers come here in shifts from Punjab. One group leaves after staying for a few days, then another group reaches here. The elderly women who were victims of the accident were also returning to Punjab after joining the movement for a few days.

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