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Tragedy: Minor sisters lose father, mother in Doda accident
1-year old Vaishali, 2.5 year old Divashi undergoing treatment
11/20/2023 11:02:45 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 20: In a heart-wrenching incident that unfolded last week, a tragic accident in the Doda district claimed the lives of 39 individuals, leaving behind a trail of grief and despair. Among the victims were the parents of two young girls, Vaishali, aged 1, and Divashi, 2.5 years old, who now find themselves orphaned in the aftermath of the devastating incident.
The family, originally hailing from Chhattisgarh, had come to Kishtwar six months ago in search of work. Ramesh, the father, worked as a mason, and along with his wife, had embarked on the journey back to their hometown in Chhattisgarh, after earning some money. The ill-fated journey took a tragic turn when the bus, in which the family was traveling, met with a severe accident in the Doda district. It resulted in the untimely demise of both parents, leaving Vaishali and Divashi orphaned and injured.
Currently, the two little girls are undergoing treatment at Doda Medical College and are recovering.
The tragic story has touched the hearts of many, prompting calls for increased awareness about road safety and the provision of support systems for families affected by such calamities.
As the community mourns the loss of those who perished in the accident, efforts should be underway to provide a stable and nurturing environment to both the minor siblings.
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