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Lamgada (Almora). After the death of a girl in a truck accident on Monday in Sheharpatak town of Lamgada block, children are afraid to go to school alone. Parents have also become aware of their children’s safety after this accident. He urged the police to take the necessary measures to avoid the accident.
Children from all schools, including GIC Shahar Gate, Primary School Shahar Gate, Sarvodaya Public School, Saraswati Shishu Mandir Shahar Gate, come and go on foot. Hundreds of vehicles pass through Shahar Phatak city daily through many places like Almora, Haldwani, Nainital, Champawat, Devidhura. Most vehicles in the city also move at a very high speed. There is also no parking at the city gate market. People park their vehicles haphazardly on the side of the road.
This increases the risk of accidents in addition to frequent traffic jams. Traffic jams have become common during school trips and holidays. This causes problems for children. Class IV student Sapna died after being hit by a truck on Monday. After this accident, the concern of parents of school going children has increased.
what the locals say
Speeding vehicles at the city gate should be prohibited. Speeding vehicles also pose a threat to the lives of pedestrians. Most children in the mountains go to school alone. As a result, parents always worry about their children.
Tara Bajetha, City Gate
The number of vehicles on the road during school holidays is high. Many vehicles travel at excessive speed. At some places, vehicles are parked haphazardly on the side of the road, making the road narrow. The administration must pay attention to these problems.
Basant Thuval, Shahrgate (Almora)
Excessive speeding of vehicles in hilly areas should be curbed so that frequent road accidents can be prevented. Home guard chawans are to be deployed on the city road during the movement time of school children. Police should also take action against speeding vehicles.
Naveen Bajetha, Kshetra Panchayat Member, City Gate
Three days of vacation at school due to the death of a student
Almora The condolence meeting held at Sarvodaya Public School, Shaharphatak mourned the untimely death of class four student Sapna Bajetha alias Soni. Three days of mourning have been declared at the school. School Management Committee Chairman Ganesh Dutt Bajetha, Principal Sundar Fartyal, Assistant Professor Prakash Bajetha, Isa Sharma, Neema, Seema, Anuja, Harikrishna Trikoti etc. were present at the condolence meeting.
The truck driver accused of the accident was granted bail
Almora In the case of death of student Sapna alias Soni in a road accident, the police on Tuesday produced accused truck driver Deepak Singh, a resident of Molakot police station in Pati Champawat district, in the court. According to Lamgada SHO Jaswinder Singh, the court has granted bail to the accused. dialogue

Lamgada (Almora). After the death of a girl in a truck accident on Monday in Sheharpatak town of Lamgada block, children are afraid to go to school alone. Parents have also become aware of their children’s safety after this accident. He urged the police to take the necessary measures to avoid the accident.

Children from all schools, including GIC Shahar Gate, Primary School Shahar Gate, Sarvodaya Public School, Saraswati Shishu Mandir Shahar Gate, come and go on foot. Hundreds of vehicles pass through Shahar Phatak city daily through many places like Almora, Haldwani, Nainital, Champawat, Devidhura. Most vehicles in the city also move at a very high speed. There is also no parking at the city gate market. People park their vehicles haphazardly on the side of the road.

This increases the risk of accidents in addition to frequent traffic jams. Traffic jams have become common during school trips and holidays. This causes problems for children. Class IV student Sapna died after being hit by a truck on Monday. After this accident, the concern of parents of school going children has increased.

what the locals say

Speeding vehicles at the city gate should be prohibited. Speeding vehicles also pose a threat to the lives of pedestrians. Most children in the mountains go to school alone. As a result, parents always worry about their children.

Tara Bajetha, City Gate

The number of vehicles on the road during school holidays is high. Many vehicles travel at excessive speed. At some places, vehicles are parked haphazardly on the side of the road, making the road narrow. The administration must pay attention to these problems.

Basant Thuval, Shahrgate (Almora)

Excessive speeding of vehicles in hilly areas should be curbed so that frequent road accidents can be prevented. Home guard chawans are to be deployed on the city road during the movement time of school children. Police should also take action against speeding vehicles.

Naveen Bajetha, Kshetra Panchayat Member, City Gate

Three days of vacation at school due to the death of a student

Almora The condolence meeting held at Sarvodaya Public School, Shaharphatak mourned the untimely death of class four student Sapna Bajetha alias Soni. Three days of mourning have been declared at the school. School Management Committee Chairman Ganesh Dutt Bajetha, Principal Sundar Fartyal, Assistant Professor Prakash Bajetha, Isa Sharma, Neema, Seema, Anuja, Harikrishna Trikoti etc. were present at the condolence meeting.

The truck driver accused of the accident was granted bail

Almora In the case of death of student Sapna alias Soni in a road accident, the police on Tuesday produced accused truck driver Deepak Singh, a resident of Molakot police station in Pati Champawat district, in the court. According to Lamgada SHO Jaswinder Singh, the court has granted bail to the accused. dialogue

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