On April 27, a beautifully decorated car for a Hindu religious procession took place. has sailed to get involved in a high-voltage power line along the road As a result, the parade participant was electrocuted. At least 11 people were killed, including two children, and another 15 were taken to hospital with serious injuries with burns.
The incident took place as hundreds of people took part in a procession to a Hindu temple. in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, southern India. The police said they were investigating the incident.
Police in Tamil Nadu said Usually, when there is a parade and there are high decorated cars like this, the authorities will cut off the lights for the safety of the people. But in this case, the organizers informed that the parade had a normal height. But it appears that the real thing has been added to increase the size and height.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted a message of condolences to the relatives of those who lost their lives in the tragedy. Along with announcing the money to heal the families of the deceased 200,000 rupees per person, or about 90,000 baht.