Modi Government leads important: Live updates on the collapse of the Gujarat Morbi Bridge

Gujarat’s Morbi bridge collapse Regular Updates: At the Gujarat Raj Bhavan in Gandhinagar on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi presided over a high-level meeting to discuss the situation in Morbi. In the aftermath of the bridge collapse across the Machchhu River. Which killed over 130 people. Modi will pay a visit to Morbi on Tuesday. As part of his three-day trip to Gujarat. Which headed toward elections. The prime minister expressed his sorrow at the tragedy in Morbi while speaking in Kevadia.

According to the news agency PTI

Nine persons were detained in connection with the bridge collapse. It has claimed at least 134 lives “After filing an FIR under many IPC provisions. We detained nine-person managers of the Oreva firm, and ticket agents are among those arrested. According to Ashok Yadav, IG of the Rajkot region, reported by ANI. Agencies assigned to the maintenance and operation of the bridge are named. First Information Report (FIR) on suspicion of culpable murder. According to Sandeepsinh Zala, the chief officer of Morbi Municipality. The city’s Oreva Group awarded the bridge’s construction and maintenance contract.

In Morbi, Congress anticipates victories.

Mallikarjun Kharge, the president of the Congress, has asked for a judicial investigation. Into the disaster to determine what caused it. He cited, as stated in a statement from the Congress party. “The blame of this unfortunate catastrophe must be established, and the guilty must be brought to account. Only then are tragedies averted in the future.” A five-person committee comprised of officials and the Gujarati government formed police personnel to investigate the event.

“Modi saheb speaks about defense equipment… the government can’t maintain a bridge.”

Morbi is well-known for its ceramic and clock manufacturing sectors. BJP stronghold; the party routinely won the seat from 1995 until 2012. While the BJP ultimately won the heart and the constituency in the most recent Assembly elections in 2017.

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