Nandurbar: 

Six individuals died on Tuesday after a ship ferrying them capsized within the Narmada river in Maharashtra’s Nandurbar district, police stated.

Thirty-six individuals have been rescued to date. They’ve been admitted to an area hospital, an official stated.

The boat was carrying round 60 individuals who have been on option to carry out a river worship ritual on the event of Makar Sankranti when it capsized, the official stated.

Rescue operations are underway, the official stated.

The individuals who died have been from the villages alongside the river within the tribal-dominated district in north Maharashtra, police stated.

Police stated the boat could have been carrying extra variety of individuals than its capability.

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