Bus ferrying pilgrims fell into ravine, leaves 20 dead in Pakistan

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Monkeypox in Delhi

Pakistan, June 11
In a tragic road mishap, a bus ferrying pilgrims felled into a ravine leaving as many as 20 people dead and over four dozens injured in Southwestern Pakistan on Friday.

The pilgrims were returning to Dadu district in Sindh province after visiting a shrine of Sufi saint.

The driver was driving recklessly and lost control on a sharp turn following which the bus overturned and fell into a ravine leaving 20 people dead. After learning about the incident, authorities launched an rescue exercise and rushed injured people to nearby hospitals.

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