Water tank collapse in northern India, investigation underway

Water tank collapse in northern India, investigation underway

A recent incident of water tank collapse was seen in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh.


The incident took place in Mathura city on June 30.

Visuals showed the moment the structure crumbled. It also reveals the catastrophic failure of the water tank, which led to panic and chaos in the surrounding colony.


According to reports, the collapse resulted in a scene of confusion and distress as residents reacted to the sudden disaster. The water tank, which had cost approximately six crore rupees to construct, has raised serious concerns about construction quality and oversight.


In response to the incident, authorities have launched an investigation to determine the cause of the collapse. A committee has been formed to examine the circumstances surrounding the failure and is expected to submit its report within a week.


The incident has drawn attention to the need for stringent safety measures and accountability in public infrastructure projects, aiming to prevent such tragedies in the future.

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