On Friday, six people, including five children, were drowned in a pond in Mangadh village, about 20 km from Ludhiana in Punjab. Police sources said the incident occurred when one of the children entered the pond to bathe. During this time he slipped and started drowning. When four children standing outside saw her drowning, they jumped into the pond to save her. During this period, all the children started drowning and a 22-year-old man standing near the pond jumped into the water to save them, but he also drowned. Joint Commissioner of Police Deepak Parikh said that all the six bodies have been taken out. He told that the age of the children was between four to ten years. On receipt of the information, the police station Police Station started investigation into the possession of the dead bodies. He has been kept for autopsy in the hospital’s mortuary. Also read: Corona came out of lab in China? Top 18 scientists said – can not deny the theory
CM Amarinder Singh announced help Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has expressed his heartfelt condolences on this incident and has announced the help of 50-50 thousand rupees to the families of the deceased children.