Three electrocuted at T. Narasipur

Three electrocuted at T. Narasipur

November 6, 2022

T. Narasipur: In a tragic incident, three farmers were electrocuted after they came in contact with a snapped live electric wire at a farmland near T. Narasipur this morning.

The deceased have been identified as Rachegowda, his son Mahadevaswamy and fellow farmer Harish. The three had gone to their agricultural field, when Rachegowda first came in contact with the electric wire. Seeing this, his son Mahadevaswamy and Harish who were nearby, went to save the struggling  Rachegowda, when all the three died of electrocution, it is learnt.

Angry villagers have blamed the negligence of CESC authorities for the tragic incident that claimed the life of three farmers.

T. Narasipur Police have registered a case in this regard.


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