Seven people of the same family have died due to the blast of LPG cylinder at a house in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Seven laborers of Guna district of Madhya Pradesh have lost their lives in the accident. MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia have expressed grief over the accident. Shivraj has announced financial assistance of Rs 4 lakh each to the families of the deceased and Rs 2 lakh each to the kin of minor deceased.
According to the information, four of the seven people who died are minors. Shivraj Singh Chauhan tweeted on Friday night and expressed condolences to the dead of Guna district in the accident. The Madhya Pradesh government will bear the cost of the treatment of the injured persons of the families of the deceased. Scindia has said in his tweet that he is saddened by the death of Guna workers in Ahmedabad.
Seven people of the same family of Berwas village located in Madhusudangarh tehsil of Guna district have died in the accident. All of them went to Ahmedabad for wages. The accident took place when an LPG cylinder exploded in the house in which seven people died while three others were injured.
The deceased include Raju Ahirwar (30 years), Vaishali (8 years), Payal (5 years), Sonu (25 years), Nitesh (7 years), Akash (17 years) and Rampyari (85 years). Raju Ahirwar’s wife Seema, Sonu’s wife Sarju Bai and Phool Singh are among the injured.
The family members were sleeping at night when the gas cylinder started leaking. When a person switched on the switch in the night itself, suddenly the accident happened. All the family members worked in a cashew factory. The Naib Tehsildar of Madhusudangarh has confirmed the incident.
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