Uttar Pradesh: Transport bus catches fire, video with charred remains goes viral | WATCH
A shocking incident video has been doing rounds on social media platforms, where a transport bus caught fire and burnt to ashes. The report says that the clip has been generated from Uttar Pradesh’s Kannauj. The exact reason is still not known yet. However, some reports suggested that the incident occurred due to some spark in the battery.
An internet user named Ankit Tripathi shared the whole footage of the incident on Twitter. Along with the post, he also captioned it in Hindi that reads Kannauj UP transport bus became a ball of fire, the bus was going from Kanpur to Delhi, the driver stopped the bus after seeing the smoke rising, the bus was burnt to ashes in a short time, the accident happened on GT Road near Jasoda of Gursahaiganj.
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In the video, it can be seen that the transport bus that caught fire has already been destroyed fully. As the clip moves further, it shows some passersby crossing the road and seeing the vehicle getting burnt. Amid this, no causality has been reported.
Ever since the footage was shared on the internet, it has garnered a lot of views, and reshares in no time. Some social media users also shared their opinion about the incident in the comment section. While some slammed the government for not providing good safety in public transport, some criticized the general public for defaming the UP government.
This is not the first time such an incident grabbed the eye balls of people. Earlier, a similar video went viral on the internet, where a transport bus in UP caught fire and burnt to ashes. The incident harmed some passengers but luckily no causality was reported.
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