Majuffarpur: A piece of big news is coming out from the Majuffarpur district of Bihar where a woman and three children lost their lives due to drowning in a pond. The incident is of Shahbazpur village of Kati block where the woman and three children drowned in the pond while cutting grass. None of the four could be saved. On the information of the death, the local administration along with the SDRF team reached the spot and the bodies were taken out of the pond. The police sent the four bodies to the hospital for postmortem.
Confirming four deaths, the administration assured compensation under the Disaster Management Rule. There is silence in the entire village due to the death of 4 persons of the same family. The woman who drowned in the pond has been identified as Reema Devi while the deceased girls include Richa Kumari, Radhika Kumari, and Preeti Kumari. The father of these girls, Bhim Rajak lives in Shahbazpur village. Bhim Rajak, the husband of the deceased woman, is a laborer by profession. He used to take care of his family by doing wages. At present Bhima Rajak's leg is broken due to which he was present at home and his wife had gone to cut the grass with the children.
Regarding the drowning of 3 children along with their mother in the pond, SDM Brijesh Kumar told that 3 children including the mother have died due to drowning in the pond. The CO of Kati block has removed the body from the pond and sent it for postmortem. He said that the family would be given compensation under the Disaster Management Rules. On the other hand, the husband of the deceased woman said that there was no dispute of any kind. She had gone out and did not return home till late evening. After searching, the dead body was found in the pond in the morning. Regarding the incident, local chief Mithlesh Paswan said that it is not a case of murder, but an accident.
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