Home INDIA NEWS Migrant Worker Walks, Hitch-hikes 1500 kms from Mumbai to UP, Dies of...

Migrant Worker Walks, Hitch-hikes 1500 kms from Mumbai to UP, Dies of Exhaustion on Reaching Home


A migrant worker who walked and hitch-hiked over 1,500 kilometres from Mumbai to his native place in Uttar Pradesh died of exhaustion on Tuesday, just when he reached hometown Khalilabad here, officials said.

Ram Kripal, 65, who worked as a daily wage labourer in Mumbai, had set off for home on foot after he was stranded at his workplace due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, they said.




District Magistrate Ravish Kumar Gupta said Kripal fell down near the hospital gate while he was being taken for a medical check-up under police supervision after he reached Khalilabad.




By the time doctors examined him, he had breathed his last, Gupta said.

His samples were sent for investigation and the body was sent for post-mortem, he said.

Meanwhile, a labourer from Dhanghta village, who had come from Mumbai, tested positive for coronavirus, Gupta said.

There are now 17 active COVID-19 cases in the district, he said.



Source link

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

How to watch IPL live match for free

How to watch ipl live match: - Friends, all of you are welcome on hindisoftonic. Today I willHow to watch IPL live...

how to earn money online without investment?

In today's era, most people want to know how to earn money online without investment at home. For this, he does many...

PM CARES to Fund 500-bed Covid Care Hospitals in Patna, Muzaffarpur; One Facility Opens Today

The 500 bed hospital at Bihta, Patna will be inaugurated on Monday and the 500 bed hospital at Muzaffarpur will be inaugurated very...

‘Laughable Fiction, Contrary to Facts’: Islamabad Reacts as India Objects to Kashmir in China-Pak Joint Statement

Countering India's objection to Jammu and Kashmir's reference during second round of China-Pakistan foreign ministers’ strategic dialogue, Islamabad on Sunday said that New...