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UP : 6 people, including bus driver, were killed and 8 injured in a fierce collision of two roadways buses in Lucknow



In the Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow, two roadways buses collided strongly on Wednesday morning, killing 6 people, including the bus driver, while 8 people were injured.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has expressed condolences to the passengers killed in this accident. He has directed to provide immediate assistance to the affected.

The administration has released the names of the 6 people who died in a bus accident in Kakori, UP.

Deceased Nitesh Bharti is stated to be 20 years old, Lucky Saxena 18 years, Rajendra Saxena 48 years and Hariram age 40 years.

At the same time, the age of another deceased Dr. Ramkishan has not been revealed. An unknown woman has also died in the bus accident, which is being identified.

The accident took place on Hardoi Road in Kakori, Lucknow at around 6:30 am. According to eyewitnesses, a roadways bus from Lucknow to Hardoi tried to take the truck over.

At the same time, he was hit with a second roadways bus coming from the front. The collision was so fast that the two buses flew away.

It is being told that the speed of the bus was more than 80 at the time of the accident, in which case the driver did not get a chance to recover.

After the accident, three riders, including the roadways bus driver, died on the spot, while three died on the way to the hospital.


Section 144 implemented in Lucknow till April 5




Section 144 has been imposed in Uttar Pradesh’s capital Lucknow with immediate effect on Tuesday morning. According to the information, to maintain law and order, till April 5, orders have been given to keep Section 144 in force. During this period, any kind of picket demonstrations, agitations and rallies will be banned.

In a press note, Lucknow Joint Commissioner of Police (Law & Order) Naveen Arora said that there is a strong possibility of the farmers’ agitation aggravating which can create a law and order situation in Lucknow.

The local administration said that political parties, student organisations, or farmer unions could hold protests in the region and that may lead to an “adverse effect” on the prevailing peaceful situation.

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