Two buses destroyed as fireplace breaks out at storage in Vellore
Vellore: Two non-public buses had been burnt, and another bus was in part broken in a fire that broke out at a private garage close to Vellore’s new bus stand on Tuesday morning. A senior police officer stated there no casualties or injuries because of the incident. The garage, wherein frame building and restore works are undertaken, is owned using Pattabi of Virupatchipuram. It is located on the Chennai–Bangalore countrywide motorway. At the time of the incident, around 7.30 am, more than 25 buses had been parked in the facility. Workers were engaged in bus body constructing work with welding machines while a spark from the system caused the hearth on two buses.
Before the stunned employees ought to adopt damage management measures, the fire gutted the buses and unfolded to the rear stop of any other coach. Following facts, fireplace and rescue services personnel rushed to the spot. It doused the blaze before it reveals an adjacent lorry shed where more significant than 150 vehicles of several transport agencies have been anticipating shipment. Pattabi stated the fee of the three buses that had been destroyed turned into Rs 50 lakh in a grievance to the North police station. Police registered a case.
Vellore: A 55-yr-antique production worker, who turned into hospitalized following a fight together with his fellow villager, became attacked through the latter’s son in the Vaniyambadi government clinic inside the early hours of Tuesday. Victim Murugan, who sustained extreme reduce accidents, is present process treatment at the extended care unit of the health center. Murugan and Theerthagiri, 50, were construction workers hailing from Vellaikuttai village near Aalangayam. They have been running on contract foundation to assemble free lavatories below an imperative authorities scheme of their town.
On Monday, Murugan skipped work, claiming he changed into ill but took up paintings to construct a podium for erecting an AIADMK flag submit in the village. Theerthagiri, who noticed him operating, was given into a heated argument with him. It quickly changed into fisticuffs. Following the combat, the two had been admitted inside the Vaniyambadi GH. Irked over the incident.
Theerthagiri’s son Mohan, 24, who came to the sanatorium with a scythe, brutally attacked Murugan and fled. Demanding the arrest of Mohan, spouse, and children of Murugan resorted to a protest at Vellakuttai village. On facts, Vaniyambadi cops rushed to the spot and brought a stop to the rally after an hour-lengthy peace speak Vaniyambadi city police launched a search for Mohan.
Puducherry: The joint action committee (Jac) of students’ unions, together with the students’ council of Pondicherry University, persisted in their agitation for the second day on Tuesday, worrying that the college management revokes the fee hike for guides from next educational yr. The Jac contributors picketed the college’s administrative block on Tuesday to protest the growth in charges, notwithstanding numerous representations from the students’ unions.
The administration invited the representatives of the students’ council for a meeting on Monday and Tuesday. However, the Jac contributors stated they ought also to be invited to the assembly and no longer simply the representatives of the students’ council. Meanwhile, college students of the network university of the college in Mahe and the college’s campus at Port Blair released an indefinite strike from Monday, traumatic that the university fulfills their demands.
A declaration from the university stated instructional activities had not been affected by the protests. The management claimed that it invited the students’ representatives for an assembly to clear up their grievances. “However, notwithstanding the repeated appeals via the college government, the participants of the students’ council did no longer come to meet university government to clear up troubles if any,” the declaration examine.