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Morbi Bridge Collapse: Petition filed in Supreme Court regarding Morbi Bridge accident, hearing will be held on Nov 14

Pankaj Prasad
Morbi Bridge accident case
Morbi Bridge accident case

The hearing in the Morbi bridge accident case is to be held in the Supreme Court on November 14.

Morbi Bridge Collapse: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court in the Morbi Bridge accident case. The petition has sought a direction to immediately appoint a judicial commission under the supervision of a retired apex court judge to initiate an inquiry into the Morbi Bridge accident. Now a fresh piece of information is that the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a PIL on November 14, seeking a direction to immediately appoint a judicial commission under the supervision of a retired apex court judge to initiate an inquiry into the Morbi Bridge collapses. has been demanded.

So far 9 people have been arrested

Now in such a situation, it has become clear that the hearing in the Morbi bridge accident case is to be held on November 14 in the Supreme Court. Let us inform that so far 9 people have been arrested in this case. However, political rhetoric has also started on this matter. Along with this, the police is also being accused of protecting the real accused. Many such questions are being raised that when the capacity of that bridge was 100 people, then how did about 400 people board it. How more tickets were sold than capacity?


Rescue operation underway, PM Modi will go to Morbi

Be informed that about 135 people lost their lives in this painful accident. At the same time, after this incident on Sunday, the rescue operation of the people is going on. According to the information received from the sources, one person is still missing, for whom the team is engaged. It should be known that today Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Morbi at around 3.30 pm and will take stock of the situation. Be aware that PM Modi can also meet the injured here. Now the investigation in this matter is being done by the team of SIT. But the latest update is that the matter is now to be heard in the Supreme Court on November 14.