A grieving father in Yamunanagar cremates his eight-year-old daughter on the day of Kanya Puja

Himani’s parents were getting ready to cremate their daughter on Tuesday morning, while everyone else was performing “kanjak/kanya puja” in honor of Durga Ashtami.

The remains of the eight-year-old Class III student, Himani, were burned at the Jammu Colony cremation in Yamunanagar.

At Kamani Chowk in Yamunanagar on Monday, Himani was murdered when an autorickshaw carrying kids from school capsized after being struck by a motorbike. The distraught father of Himani, Rajat Arora, stated, “We had to cremate our daughter when people perform puja for their daughters.”

The authorickshaw carrying Himani’s twin brother and five other pupils was involved in an accident on Monday afternoon. The mishap caused minor injuries to the other five kids.

“We gave birth to our twins in the autorickshaw: a male named Divyansh and a girl named Himani. Rajat remarked, “We lost our daughter in the disaster.

“Our kids used to take the bus to school every day. My kids and a few other kids have been using the vehicle to school since April 1st, Rajat stated.

Days have passed since an accident in Mahendragarh claimed the lives of six youngsters.

According to Jagdish Chander, SHO of the municipal police station in Yamunanagar, the motorcyclist, named Nirmal, was brought before a Jagadhri court today. The judge granted him bail. According to SHO Jagdish Chander, “We have impounded the motorcycle and the autorickshaw for documentation lapses.”

Following the Mahendragarh disaster, 78 school buses in the Yamunanagar district were inspected until April 15, according to DC Capt. Manoj Kumar.

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