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From Sabarimala to Mumbai's Elphinstone station; a list of stampedes which shook India

A stampede took place at a bridge between Parel and Elphinstone station, Mumbai on Friday morning which led to the death of 27 people. Let's have a look at some of the tragic stampedes which occurred in the country.


By   |  Updated On : September 29, 2017 02:51 PM
Mumbai's Elphinstone station stampede: List of major stampedes

Mumbai's Elphinstone station stampede: List of major stampedes

New Delhi :  

A tragic incident occurred in Mumbai where a stampede took place on a bridge between Parel and Elphinstone station. Latest reports have claimed that 27 people died whereas more than 30 have been injured.

Medical teams have been rushed to the spot and rescue operations are underway. PM Modi and railway minister Piyush Goyal offered their condolences to the affected people.

The injured people have been brought to KEM hospital where they are undergoing treatment.Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis and railway minister have ordered high-level enquiry into the incident.

Further, the government has also decided to provide 5 lakh each to the families of the deceased. India has witnessed many cases of stampedes where several people lost their lives.

Let’s have a look at some of the major stampedes in India:

15 October 2016: Stampede at Varanasi’s Rajghat bridge – 25 dead, 60 injured.

10 February 2013: Stampede in Allahabad’s Kumbh left 36 dead, 39 injured.

13 October 2013: Stampede in Ratnagarh temple, Datiya, Madhya Pradesh left 89 people dead.

14 January 2011: Stampede in Kerala’s Sabarimala temple leaves 106 devotees dead.

4 March 2010: Stampede in Mangarh Dham, Pratapgarh, UP leaves 63 dead.

30 September 2008: Stampede in Chamunda Devi temple, Jodhpur leaves 120 people dead.

3 August 2006: Stampede in Naina Devi temple, Himachal Pradesh, leaves 160 devotees dead.

First Published: Friday, September 29, 2017 02:28 PM


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