UP: Youth mourns drowning in Jamuna and Debha rivers

UP: Youth mourns drowning in Jamuna and Debha rivers

River (Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Lucknow: Six youths drowned while bathing in rivers in Shahjahanpur and Agra in Uttar Pradesh. On Sunday, Superintendent of Police (Rural) Sanjeev Bajpayee said that three youths living in Deppur village under Khudaganj police station along with two real brothers went to bathe in the Debha river near the village on Saturday evening and when they did not reach home, their search began. In Uttar Pradesh, 101 people died due to coronavirus infection and 1165 new patients were found

He said when the family went to the river bank on Sunday morning, the youths were found in a bike park. He said the body of a 19-year-old Asif was recovered during the search and the diver was called to inform the police.

Vajpayee said the bodies of Asif II (20) and Nazir (22) were recovered from the river this evening. In another incident in Agra district of the state, three teenagers drowned in the Jamuna river on Saturday evening.

The bodies of three teenagers have been recovered, police said. They are Pankaj (14), Bunty (15) and Deepak (15). Police said the bodies of six people have been sent for autopsy. He said the three teenagers went to bathe in the Jamuna on Saturday afternoon, where they slipped and drowned.

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