Muzaffarpur: A major accident has taken place in Muzaffarpur in Bihar. Here, a boiler exploded in a noodles factory in Phase-II of Bela Industrial Area. 4 persons have died in the accident. While many people have been injured. According to reports, the accident was so severe that the roofs of many factories were blown away. People from the surrounding area gathered to hear the sound of the accident.
The same incident was reported to the Police. Police are present in heavy statistics on the spot. Some people are feared to be buried in the debris after the accident. However, the rescue team has started rescue work. However, there was panic on the spot after the accident. SSP Jayant Kant and fire officials have reached the spot. A crowd of individuals has been removed from the accident site. Efforts are being made on a war footing to evacuate the people buried in the debris quickly.
On the other hand, the need for this is not being felt in Bihar at present. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday made it clear that night curfew is not required in Bihar at present. Bihar CM Nitish Kumar put an end to the possibility of night curfew and clarified that there is no need for night curfew in Bihar at present. The CM said the situation in Bihar is still better than many states. There is no need to impose a night curfew here.