The whole of North India including Punjab is not taking the name of cold. The cold is continuously increasing. Where road accidents are increasing due to cold and fog, people are resorting to the warmth of Angithi to avoid the cold, but many people have lost their lives due to Angithi.
Let us tell you that to avoid the cold, people burn rings in the room itself, due to which many times terrible accidents happen. Such accidents happen every day. Another recent case has come to light from Punjab. Let us tell you that a similar accident happened in a colony near Jalandhar cantt last night. Father and son died here.
It is being told that three people were sleeping with a candle lit. Meanwhile, both father and son died due to toxic fumes. The deceased have been identified as Ram Bali Mochi (50) son of Khelo Das and his son Naveen Kumar (24). Along with this, the condition of the third person is also said to be bad. He has been admitted to a private hospital for treatment. The person who has been admitted to the hospital, his name is being told as Rajesh Kumar.
Let it be said that a neighbor came to know about this incident when he reached his house. According to information, all the three persons used to work as masons. When it was time for the three to go to work and they did not wake up in the morning, the neighbor reached their house to wake them up. It is being told that the neighbor called the three to fill water, but there was no response. Meanwhile, somehow he opened the door and entered, and all the three were lying unconscious.
Regarding this incident, Rajesh's brother said that all the three were sleeping in the same room after setting fire to an angithi. Meanwhile, they fainted. After this incident, when the three were taken to the hospital, the doctors declared the father and son dead.
Let it be said that as soon as the police received the information about the incident, the police of Jalandhar Cantt reached the spot for investigation. On this occasion, the police recovered Angithi and other items. At present, the condition of Rajesh Kumar is also said to be critical and the police have started further investigation by taking action under CrPC 174 in the case.