Ghoraval’s youth dies after living in Nashik. was hit by a tractor

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Ghorawal. A young resident of Dhaurakund in the Kotwali area died after being hit by a tractor in Nashik, Maharashtra. When the news of the accident broke, the family was in an uproar. The younger brother and sister of the young man got married only 20 days ago. Now that accident has turned happiness into sadness.
Kamlesh Yadav’s (40) son Tirath Yadav, who lives in Dhaurakund, worked for about a year in a tabla in Nashik, Maharashtra. Came home after the lockdown. He had returned to Nashik 15 days ago after a home wedding ceremony in May. Kamlesh Yadav’s uncle Mangroo Yadav said the family received information about the accident Thursday morning, relatives who work in Nashik called on cell phones and said the accident happened Thursday morning. Kamlesh connected a tractor to a wagon. At the same time, due to the negligence of the driver, the tractor began to reverse. Kamlesh was seriously injured when he was hit by a tractor. The Tabela owner took Kamlesh to the hospital. Relatives working in Nashik also reached the hospital after information about the incident. Kamlesh died during treatment on Friday morning. As soon as information about the incident reached Dhaurakund, there was an uproar among family members and villagers. Mangroo Yadav said that after the autopsy with Kamlesh’s body, the relatives left the ambulance for Dhaurakund. The body is due to arrive on Saturday morning.
Younger siblings got married in May
Ghorawal. Kamlesh Yadav, a resident of Dhaurakund, was the second of five brothers. All live in a common family. Kamlesh has two sons aged 9 and 7 and a daughter aged 5. Kamlesh used to work on a cattle ranch in Nashik, the other four brothers are truck drivers. Kamlesh’s younger brother and sister were married on May 26th and 28th. In the marriage, all of the brothers’ families were gathered, and together they married the younger brother and sister. After the marriage, all of the brothers went out to earn a living. On the other hand, the vibe of the village after the accident was made inconsolable by the compassionate cry of Kamlesh’s elderly parents, wife and innocent children.

Ghorawal. A young resident of Dhaurakund in the Kotwali area died after being hit by a tractor in Nashik, Maharashtra. When the news of the accident came, the family was in an uproar. The younger brother and sister of the young man got married only 20 days ago. Now that accident has turned happiness into sadness.

Kamlesh Yadav’s (40) son Tirath Yadav, who lives in Dhaurakund, worked for about a year in a tabla in Nashik, Maharashtra. Came home after the lockdown. He had returned to Nashik 15 days ago after a home wedding ceremony in May. Kamlesh Yadav’s uncle Mangroo Yadav said the family received information about the accident Thursday morning, relatives who work in Nashik called on cell phones and said the accident happened Thursday morning. Kamlesh connected a tractor to a wagon. At the same time, due to the negligence of the driver, the tractor began to reverse. Kamlesh was seriously injured when he was hit by a tractor. The Tabela owner took Kamlesh to the hospital. Relatives working in Nashik also reached the hospital after information about the incident. Kamlesh died during treatment on Friday morning. As soon as information about the incident reached Dhaurakund, there was an uproar among family members and villagers. Mangroo Yadav said that after the autopsy with Kamlesh’s body, the relatives left the ambulance for Dhaurakund. The body is due to arrive on Saturday morning.

Younger siblings got married in May

Ghorawal. Kamlesh Yadav, a resident of Dhaurakund, was the second of five brothers. All live in a common family. Kamlesh has two sons aged 9 and 7 and a daughter aged 5. Kamlesh used to work on a cattle ranch in Nashik, the other four brothers are truck drivers. Kamlesh’s younger brother and sister were married on May 26th and 28th. In the marriage, all of the brothers’ families were gathered, and together they married the younger brother and sister. After the marriage, all of the brothers went out to earn a living. On the other hand, the vibe of the village after the accident was made inconsolable by the compassionate screams of Kamlesh’s elderly parents, wife and innocent children.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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