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Children Of The Victims Of The Odisha Train Tragedy Receive Warmth From Virender Sehwag


Virender Sehwag turned to social media to declare a kind contribution for the children of the Odisha train tragedy victims.

Former Indian cricket team opener Virender Sehwag turned to social media to express his sympathies to the victims of the Odisha train disaster, and he even declared that his school will provide free tuition and boarding to children who lost parents in the accident. He uploaded a photo of the collision with the message, “This image will haunt us for a long time.” In this hour of sadness, the least I can do is to look after the education of the children of those who died in this awful event. I provide such youngsters with free education at Sehwag International School’s boarding facilities.”

Former India captain Virat Kohli and Olympic gold medalist Abhinav Bindra, among others, have expressed their grief over the deadly train disaster in Odisha’s Balasore district, which has killed at least 238 people and wounded over 900.
The train catastrophe on Friday involving the Bengaluru-Howrah Superfast Express, the Shalimar-Chennai Central Coromandel Express, and a cargo train was one of the worst since independence.
According to officials in Bhubaneswar, 200 ambulances, 50 buses, and 45 mobile health units, in addition to 1,200 workers, were working at the accident site. The dead were being transported to hospitals in a variety of vehicles, including tractors.

Kohli, who is in England with the India squad for the World Test Championship final against Australia at The Oval beginning June 7, wishes the wounded a swift recovery.

The news of the catastrophe devastated India’s first individual Olympic gold medalist, rifle shooter Abhinav Bindra.



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