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Maharashtra: 4 Laborers killed and 23 Injured after mini Truck Collides Near Pune

Four warkaris (devotees of Lord Vitthal) going on foot were killed and at least 23 of their fellow pilgrims were injured after being hit by a mini pickup truck near Kanhe village in Pune district of Maharashtra early on Saturday, police said.

Four warkaris (devotees of Lord Vitthal) going on foot were killed and at least 23 of their fellow pilgrims were injured after being hit by a mini pickup truck near Kanhe village in Pune district of Maharashtra early on Saturday, police said.

mini Truck Collides
mini Truck Collides

The pilgrims were on their way to Alandi, a temple town located approximately 25 kms from Pune city, when the incident took place around 6 am in Maval tehsil, they said.

“A group of warkaris was coming on foot from Raigad district. When they reached Sate Phata on old Mumbai-Pune highway, a mini-truck hit them, in which around 27 of them suffered injuries,” said inspector Vilas Bhosale of Wadgaon Maval police station.

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“The injured were shifted to different hospitals, where four of them died during treatment,” he said.

The police have detained the driver of the vehicle and a probe is on, Bhosale added.

Warkaris take annual ‘wari’ (pilgrimage) to Pandharpur town in Solapur district in the state, famous for its Lord Vitthal temple. The annual pilgrimage, which generally begins in June, culminates on the day of Ashadhi Ekadashi, which usually falls in the month of July. 

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