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7 more killed in Jodhpur cylinder blast, death toll rises to 32




The series of deaths in the Jodhpur cylinder blast case is not going to stop. On Thursday, seven women, including the groom’s sister, died. At the same time, the death toll has reached 32 in 7 days. Here, people of the society have sat on a sit-in since Thursday demanding compensation and other demands and have refused to accept the body until the demands are met.

According to the information, 2 people have been discharged from the hospital on Thursday in this accident. At the same time, 17 injured are still admitted. Since the accident, there has been mourning in the villages so far. At the same time, after the accident, people of the society have sat on a sit-in at Mahatma Gandhi Hospital. The people of the society are demanding a government job of Rs 50 lakh to the next of the kin of the deceased and financial assistance of Rs 25 lakh to the injured, compensation in lieu of goods in the damaged house of the groom and construction of a new house.

Here, after the accident, politics has also started on this. Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore visited Mahatma Gandhi Hospital late on Thursday night and enquired about the well-being of the injured in the gas accident. Rathore said that even after 9 days of this tragedy, the government has given only 2 lakh assistance. This is the height of insensitivity. The root cause of the incident is due to the gas agency’s cylinder explosion. Each deceased family should get Rs 1 crore from the CSR fund of the concerned gas company and the amount of airlift and treatment expenses to the injured should also be released at the earliest.

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