The victim’s family was not ready to collect the body and perform the funeral, the highway was jammed.
The bodies of three people killed in a Muradnagar accident in Uttar Pradesh (UP) have been blocked by their families on the Merit-Delhi highway demanding higher compensation. Pradeep and Sunil were uncles and nephews Accidental death Something happened. Sunil has two small children. Her family says who will take care of her now. The mob left three bodies on the Muradnagar highway. Crowds blockaded from Ghaziabad to Meerut. Although the police administration was present at the spot, the family of the deceased was not ready to collect the body and bury it. There are also long traffic jams on the highway.
A roof collapse at a crematorium in Muradnagar on Sunday killed 227 people and injured many more. 38 people have been evacuated from the rubble. Police said many people were standing under the building to avoid the recent rain as the roof collapsed. After this whole case, the producer is on the run, on the other hand CM Yogi has ordered an investigation.
Fighting broke out with the families of the dead on Monday, a day after the accident. They have blocked Meerut Road. It is said that the construction work was done two months ago. The builder who made the deal has fled. Ghaziabad police on Monday arrested three municipal authorities in connection with a crematorium collapse.
The families of the victims have also demanded government jobs for each bereaved family. Authorities tried to persuade the families of the victims to stay out of the way. Superintendent of Police (Rural) Iraj Raja said Muradnagar Municipality Executive Officer Niharika Singh, Junior Engineer Chandra Pal and caretaker Ashish were arrested on Monday morning. Raja said the police team was conducting an operation to arrest contractor Ajay Tyagi as his potential target.
Muradnagar Municipality Executive Officer Niharika Singh, Junior Engineer Chandra Pal and Supervisor Ashish.
The families and friends of the victims blocked the highway near Muradnagar police station. Because of this, hundreds of vehicles get stuck on important routes in the morning during peak hours. The protesters demanded that the district magistrate be summoned to discuss the matter with them so that they could demand Rs 20 lakh compensation for each bereaved family and a government job for one member of each family.
Officials said District Magistrate Ajay Shankar Pandey and Senior Superintendent of Police Kalanidhi Nithani later reached the protest site and spoke to the protesters. He said the road was partially opened after officers arrived and two-wheeled vehicles and ambulances were allowed to enter.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced financial assistance of Rs 200,000 for the families of the victims. Officials said construction work on the corridor, which collapsed in the crematorium, began two months ago. The corridor cost about Rs 55 crore and was opened to the public 15 days ago.
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