Kejriwal expresses grief over Auraiya accident

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has deeply mourned the demise of no less than 24 migrant staff in a collision between two vehicles on National Highway-2 in Auraiya in Uttar Pradesh within the early hours of Saturday.

Kejriwal mentioned on Twitter, "I am very upset with the death of people in the accident in Auraiya." The tragedy of migrant laborers continues to extend. Something must be completed instantly.

Significantly, 24 migrant staff had been killed and 35 others had been injured within the accident within the early hours of Saturday in Chiruhli Miholi village beneath Sadar police station space on National Highway-2 in Auraiya. <! –

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                 District Magistrate Abhishek Singh mentioned that the accident occurred at round 0330 am when a truck carrying migrant staff hit one other truck parked on the street. He mentioned that a lot of the migrant staff had been from Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal and had been coming from Delhi.

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