A package fell on the women workers of a paper factory
Ranchi: Two workers crushed to death when a huge bundle of paper rolls fell on them at an eastern factory Singhbhum Jharkhand district on Thursday. The police officer said the incident took place at a paper factory in Jamdol village, in the area of Chakulia police station in the district. Chakulia Police Station official Varun Yadav said a large bundle of “rolls of paper” fell on women workers because of the work.
The officer also said the duo were taken to a hospital in Ghatshila where medics declared them dead. He said the victims were identified as Urmila Patar (30) and Saraswati Patar (50). The officer said factory workers blamed management for the “lack of safety standards” at the factory.
However, the second T20 match of the series between India and New Zealand is expected to be played in Ranchi. Mafade Amma’s request was filed with the Jharkhand High Court to ban the match. Now, hearing the same demand, the Jharkhand High Court has allowed the 20-20 cricket match between India and New Zealand to be held in Ranchi on Friday.
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