Quota: A major accident occurred while unveiling the controversial clock in Kota, Rajasthan. In this accident, one laborer died and an engineer also fell down 35 feet and got seriously injured. In fact, the accident took place on the river front of Kota when the much-discussed and controversial watch was opening. Meanwhile, the engineer who made the bell fell down 35 feet and got seriously injured. In this accident, one worker died on the spot.
Engineers went to remove the bell from the mold.
Informing about the accident, XEN Kamal Meena of Kota City Development Trust said that the world’s largest bell was built on the Chambal river front. Its weight is 79000 kg. This watch has been painstakingly developed using special technology. The watch was packed inside the mold box for some time which was to be opened today. Engineer Devendra Arya along with his team arrived at Kota riverfront today to open the bell. As Arya climbs up to remove the bell from the mold box, he suddenly falls 35 feet.
The world’s largest clock on the river front
Kamal Meena said that a laborer died on the spot in this accident. His body has been kept in the mortuary of MBS Hospital for post-mortem. Notably, the world’s largest bell was claimed to be built on the river front of Kota. Under this, after long hard work, a bell weighing 79000 kg was produced. We tell you that the Chambal Riverfront has recently been built to give Kota a new look. It is built from a tourist point of view in the coaching city of Kota. The Chambal riverfront built at a cost of hundreds of crores of rupees was recently inaugurated by CM Ashok Gehlot.
(Reporting by KK Sharma)
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