Morbi Bridge Collapse: Sudama Cable Bridge of Dwarka closed, new safety rules apply on others

Pankaj Prasad
Morbi Bridge Collapse
Morbi Bridge Collapse

PM Modi will be on Morbi tour today to take stock of the situation on this accident in Gujarat.

Morbi Bridge Collapse: Many people lost their lives in a bridge accident in Morbi, Gujarat. About 134 people are reported to have died in this painful accident. However, after this bridge accident, many questions are also arising and investigation is going on. Now to avoid such incidents, security arrangements are being tightened in many other places as well. New safety rules have been implemented in the ferry services running between Okha and Bet Dwarka. Dwarka's Sudama Cable Bridge has been closed. Similarly, new rules of security are being implemented in other places of the country.

PM Modi to visit Morbi today, will take stock of the situation

PM Modi will be on Morbi tour today to take stock of the situation on this accident in Gujarat. Here he can go to the hospital to meet the injured. It is being told that PM Modi will reach there and take information about the health of the injured. Be informed that PM Modi is in Gujarat on a three-day visit. On the occasion of National Unity Day, he paid tribute to the past Soimvar on the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Let us tell you that due to this tragic accident, PM Modi has made many changes in his program.

9 people were arrested in the case

Let us tell that the main reason for the sudden collapse of this swinging bridge located on the Machhu river in Morbi, Gujarat is being told that a large number of people are there. The rescue operation in this accident that happened on Sunday lasted till Monday. According to the latest information, all the survivors are being rescued. But after this accident, new security arrangements are being made in other places as well. Let us inform that SIT is investigating this and till now 9 people have been arrested in this case.

Rescue operation underway

Be aware that about 400 people were present on the bridge at the time of this incident which happened on Sunday. Out of which about 134 people lost their lives. Many of the remaining people have been rescued but, the relief and rescue work is still going on. Many other teams including Army, Navy, Air Force, NDRF, SDRF are engaged in this rescue operation. According to the latest information received, the rescue operation is still going on. Some people are still reported missing.