PM Modi will visit Morbi at 4 pm, will meet the injured
Prime Minister Modi called a meeting of the High Label Committee and reviewed the incident. The Prime Minister is currently on a tour of Gujarat. He was to participate in many political programs in Gujarat, a road show was also proposed for him but after this accident all these programs have been canceled.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who became emotional with the news of Morbi accident, will himself visit Morbi on Tuesday evening at 3.45 pm. First he will inspect the incident site. After this he will go to the hospital at four o'clock where he will meet and console the families of the dead as well as inquire about the well being of the injured. After this, at 4.15 pm, the Prime Minister will go to the Morbi SP office and review the action taken so far in this accident. Earlier on Monday, Prime Minister Modi called a meeting of the High Label Committee and reviewed the incident. The Prime Minister is currently on a tour of Gujarat. He was to participate in many political programs in Gujarat, a road show was also proposed for him but after this accident all these programs have been canceled.
The Jhula bridge built during the British era on the Machhu river in Morbi was broken. 134 people died in this accident. This bridge was closed seven months ago due to damage. It was started again only on 26 October. All the celebrities of the country and abroad have expressed grief over this accident. In this sequence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who visited Gujarat, has canceled all his election programs. While reviewing the accident on Monday, he said that he himself will go to Morbi and take stock of the situation. During this, he will meet the injured in the hospital and will console the families of the dead. While reviewing the accident, he made it clear to the Gujarat government that no person responsible for this accident will be spared.
After the Prime Minister's review meeting, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel told that a state mourning has been announced in the state on November 2 to pay tribute to the people who died in this accident. During this, the national flag will remain half-masted in all government offices. At the same time, there will be no celebratory programs anywhere in the entire state. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel has tweeted in this regard. He said that there would be no official ceremony.