A recent case of crime has surfaced from Buxar. In this case, a woman who went to bathe in the Ganges with two daughters, bypassing administrative orders, had to suffer very bad consequences. Yes, reports say that a daughter drowned while taking a bath amid rising water levels in the rivers, while the mother and the other daughter remained in critical condition. "On Friday evening, on the occasion of Srikrishna Janmashtami, seeing her mother drown during a bath in the Ganges, both her daughters got deeper into the river to save her."
Meanwhile, the mother, as well as the two daughters, started flowing in the river. The men and women rescued the mother and a daughter, but the 18-year-old daughter was swept away by the strong current of the fragrance river. "The mother and the other daughter have been admitted to the hospital in critical condition," Sadar Zone Officer Satendra Kumar Singh said, "A search operation was launched till late night but her body could not be recovered."
Agitated people jammed the city's Veer Kunwar Singh Chowk for three hours on Saturday morning, but the police and administrative authorities calmed the people and opened the jam. According to Zone Officer Satendra Kumar Singh, in view of the rising water level in the Ganga, the district administration has banned bathing at all the ghats of the district headquarters from August 21 to 30.