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Six drown in two incidents in Telangana on deepavali day

Six drown in two incidents in Telangana on deepavali day
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Hyderabad, Nov 15 (PTI) A deepavali day outing ended on a

tragic note for two groups of youngsters as six of them

drowned in separate incidents in Telangana, police said on

Sunday.

Four men, in the age group of 19-20, drowned in Godavari

River in Venkatapuram mandal in Mulugu district while two

teenagers met a with watery grave in Nizamsagar Dam in

Kamareddy district on Saturday, they said.

In the first mishap, a total of 16 people had gone to the

Godavari river bank and four of them had entered the waters

for swimming and drowned.

Two bodies were fished out on Saturday while that of two

others on Sunday, police said.

In the other incident, five people visited the Nizamsagar

dam and two of them went near a flood gate to bathe. The two,

both aged 19, slipped and fell into deep waters, a police

official said.

One body was retrieved on Saturday while another on

Sunday morning, the official added. PTI VVK

VS VS


Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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