MP: Selfie Death Mother in law and Daughter in law River ann Narmada jabalpur bhedaghat Madhya Pradesh Police TSTC

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  • Mother-in-law’s body found, search for daughter-in-law continues
  • Mother-in-law fell into the river after slipping on the rock

A painful incident has come to light from Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. Where the selfie became the cause of the death of two people. This incident is from the smoky waterfall of New Bhedaghat, where a family from Ghatkopar in Mumbai had reached for a picnic.

According to the police, mother-in-law Hansa Soni was taking a selfie with her future daughter-in-law Riddhi on a rock very near the waterfall. Then the mother-in-law’s foot slipped and both were washed away in the strong current of the Narmada river. The body of the mother-in-law was found but the search for the daughter-in-law is on.

Selfie took the life of mother-in-law and daughter-in-law

As soon as the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law fell into the river, there was a cry for help all around. On receiving the information, the rescue team immediately got involved in the rescue. SE Lekhram Singh of Tilwara police station said that with the help of divers and home guards, Hansa Soni’s body was pulled out of the water late in the night, but the search is on for the daughter-in-law. It is being told that before falling into the waterfall, Riddhi also took a selfie with her fiancee, which proved to be her last selfie.

Riddhi also took a selfie with her fiance

This is not the first incident in Bhedaghat, where many people have lost their lives due to selfies. People say that there is no security system in the Dhuandhar Falls area of ​​Bhedaghat. Neither the security personnel are present to stop the tourists nor the sign boards are put up at the dangerous places and this misunderstanding sometimes becomes the reason for the lives of the people.

slipped on the rock and fell in the river

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SI Lekhram Nadonia says that this family is a resident of Ghatkopar area of ​​Mumbai. On Friday, 50-year-old woman Hansa Soni had come to visit New Bhedaghat along with her future daughter-in-law, 22-year-old Riddhi Pakchiya. At around 4 pm, Hansa and Riddhi were standing on the rocks to take a selfie near Gopala Hotel on the banks of Narmada in New Bhedaghat, when both of them slipped and fell into the river and drowned.

The body was sent for post-mortem

Hansa and Riddhi were scheduled to return to Mumbai on January 12. Arvind and Raj Soni are in bad condition after this incident and they are not even in a position to say anything to anyone. At present, the police have sent the body to the PM after taking Panchnama action.

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