Morbi bridge collapse Victims “When my father was still living, he would advise me to sit down and study every day. Who will now watch out for me doing that?” The 15-year-old Vandana Makwana struggles to contain her tears as she talks about her father Mahesh. Who passed away on 30 October when a footbridge collapsed in Gujarat. A state in western India, sending hundreds of people into a river. One hundred thirty-five individuals were kill in the catastrophe. The majority of them women and children, includ Vandana’s father and two brothers.
“My father used to tell me to sit down and study every day when he was still living. Who will ensure that I do that now?” Vandana Makwana, 15, is crying as she talks about her father Mahesh. Who died on 30 October when a footbridge fell in Gujarat, a state in western India, sending hundreds of people into a river. The catastrophe claim the lives of 135 individuals. The most of them were women and children, including Vandana’s father and two brothers.
Police officers guard the scrap metal—includ bits of broken wires. Aluminium floor sheets, and bolts—that was left behind at the scene of the accident, tak turns do so day and night. The police inquiry now has this debris as part of the evidence. Noth at the scene commemorates the fact that hundrs of people’s lives were abruptly chang forever on a Sunday even one month ago; there is no memorial.
However, the hurt and rage still exist for the families of the victims.
Vashram Makwana, Vandana’s grandfather, queries why high officials haven’t yet been target by the police.
He inquires as to how the bridge could have been run without their know. The deputy superintendent of the Morbi police, PK Jadeja, inform BBC Gujarati that he was unable to comment on