A young couple died after a three storey building in Bawamanpura in Vadodara collapsed late night on Monday. The incident left their two innocent children orphaned.
The deceased brother rushed to the spot after heard the news and said it’s for good as he not brought his sons along with them, Otherwise they too would have died. But now they are left alone.
Kamlesh Kamshanbhai Patel and his wife Vasitaben were killed in the ill fated incident in Bawamanpura late last night. After the incident Kamleshbhai’s sister Vanita, who was working as a labourer in the area, and Dilipbhai, the elder brother of the deceased, who was also working as a laborer in the court area rushed to the spot.
Along with this, other families working as laborers in different areas of Vadodara were also rushed to the spot and were inconsolable.
Remember their brother and sister in law (Bhabhi) Dilipbhai and Vanita said, now who will support the two children who are orphaned after their death. Their brother had left his two children with their parents in the homeland or else they too would have died.
Dilipbhai further said, his brother and sister-in-law had been working as labourers in Vadodara for years. Brother was a craftsman (Kadiya) and sister-in-law is working as labourer. During the onset of Corona they went to their home in March and returned back just a month ago.
Due to Corona his brother left their four-year-old son and two-year-old daughter Meena with his parents in hometown and came to Vadodara to work. If he brought the children along with them they too would have died. Now the innocent children lost their parents and how they spend their whole life.
Three hours before the incident in Bawamanpura, at 8 pm, Naresh Dineshbhai Balwasia went to meet brother in law (Jija) Kamlesh Patel and returned back to his place of work after talked to him. Naresh was stunned to learn that Kamlesh and his wife Vasita had died and immediately called his family members working in different areas of Vadodara.
Other family members, including the brother and sister of the deceased who were rushed to the spot in Bawamanpura, were weeping loudly.
Local Muslim women also arrived to offer condolences and some fetch water from their homes for them. The locals sent all of them in auto rickshaws to Sayaji Hospital and gives an example of communal harmony.