Mumbai: Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has directed all the Warkaris injured in a road accident in Sangli to be treated immediately and admitted to a private hospital if needed. After getting information about the accident from the District Medical Officer of Miraj, he has shown readiness to treat these Warkaris at his own cost. A tragic accident took place near Kerewadi fork on Miraj Pandharpur National Highway today. Fourteen Warakaris were injured in the accident when a pick-up jeep rammed into a convoy of Warakaris heading to Pandharpur for Ashadi Wari. The injured were rushed to Miraj Civil and Kavthemahankal Rural Hospitals for further treatment.
Upon receiving the information about this accident, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde himself called on the District Medical Officer of Mirza, Dr. He called Rupesh Shinde and inquired about the nature of these Warakaris. In addition, they should be given all the treatment they need. The Chief Minister directed that if time permits, they should be admitted to a nearby private hospital and no fault should be placed in their treatment. He also expressed readiness to bear the cost. The condition of the Warakaris injured in the road accident is now stable and they are undergoing further treatment. He will give them all the treatment they need. Shinde told the Chief Minister.
Mumbai / Sangli – ‘Eknath’ rushed to the aid of injured Warkaris pic.twitter.com/AgVXePXa6H
– Lokmat (klokmat) July 6, 2022
This year’s accident had taken place when Ashadhi Wari was delayed for 2-3 days. However, as ‘Eknath’ himself rushed to the aid of Warkaris, Shinde’s identity as a Chief Minister who is ready to help the common man has been underlined anew.
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