NDTV reported on Tuesday that 3,165 tickets were sold to visitors on the day the bridge collapsed in Gujarat’s Morbi, killing 140 people, including over 45 children.
The British-era suspension bridge in Morbi collapsed on 30 October. Mirror Now reported that the bridge had a capacity of 150 people at a time and was rusted. The report also states that the security guards are untrained to deal with such a huge crowd.
The Supreme Court on Monday said that the Morbi bridge collapse was a “huge tragedy” and asked the Gujarat High Court, which is already hearing the same issue on its own, for a time-bound hearing. Is. A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Hima Kohli said, “It is a colossal tragedy and would require weekly monitoring to look into the award of the contract, creditworthiness of the party awarded the contract, attribution of responsibility to the defaulters.” “
Gujarat Police has registered a First Information Report under IPC sections 304 and 308 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) in the bridge collapse tragedy. The Gujarat government has constituted a five-member committee to probe the bridge collapse incident.
This is a developing story