Kushinagar accident: Adityanath faces protests on his visit to accident spot, asks crowd to stop 'Nautanki'

Updated On : 26 Apr,2018 | 17:08 PM
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Kushinagar as soon as he was informed about the tragic accident at the unnamed railway crossing on Thursday. As many as 13 children were killed and 8 others were injured after the school bus collided with a speeding train at the crossing. Meanwhile, the UP CM lost his cool after a group of angry protesters greeted him with slogans like "Bharat Mata Ki Jai" and "Vande Matram". Miffed with the protesters, Adityanath climbed up on the bonnet of his car and asked the crowd to stop their ‘nautanki’. "This is a sad incident and I request you to stop chanting slogans. I am telling you again, note it down, stop creating ruckus. Stop this ‘nautanki’, this is a sad incident. Kindly let us go through the area and inspect the accident site," he said. Watch News Nation’s special coverage to know more details regarding the same.

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