Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha recently visited the families of three children who tragically drowned in the Khowai river during a bath with their grandfather. The incident occurred on May 21, and the Chief Minister’s visit aimed to extend sympathy and provide financial support to the grieving families. Accompanied by Chief Whip Kalyani Roy, the Chief Minister expressed deep sorrow over the heartbreaking incident that has shocked the entire state. This article provides an overview of the visit, the Chief Minister’s statements, and the government’s commitment to assisting the bereaved families.
On May 21, three children – Moutushi Das (12), Ankush Nama (7), and Khushi Roy (10) – lost their lives in a devastating incident in the Khowai river. While bathing in the river along with their grandfather, the children drowned, leaving their families in a state of profound grief. The incident has had a profound impact on the local community and beyond, prompting Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha to personally visit the bereaved families and offer his condolences.
As part of his visit to Khowai district, Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha, accompanied by Chief Whip Kalyani Roy, visited the families of Moutushi Das and Khushi Roy in Moharcherra and Char Ganki, respectively. During these visits, the Chief Minister expressed his heartfelt sympathy and extended financial support to the families. Understanding that monetary assistance alone cannot alleviate their pain, he directed the concerned officials to ensure that the administration provides all possible government support to the grieving families in the days to come.
In a conversation with the media, Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha shared his deep sorrow over the tragic incident that claimed the lives of the three innocent children. He explained that his decision to visit the families stemmed from his presence in Khowai for a party program. He emphasized the incomprehensible nature of the incident, stating that mere words are insufficient to express the tragedy that has befallen these families.
While acknowledging the financial aid provided to the bereaved families, the Chief Minister emphasized that it cannot bring back the lost children. He recognized the importance of emotional and psychological support during such trying times and assured the families that the government would do everything within its power to assist them. The Chief Minister’s directive to the concerned officials reflects his commitment to ensuring that the administration extends all necessary assistance to the families affected by this devastating incident.
The visit of Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha to the families of the three children who drowned in the Khowai river highlights the government’s empathy and commitment to support those in distress. Expressing deep sorrow and condolences, the Chief Minister emphasized the irreplaceable loss suffered by the families and recognized the limitations of financial assistance in the face of such tragedy. The government’s resolve to provide all possible support, both financially and emotionally, demonstrates its dedication to helping the bereaved families navigate the difficult days ahead. The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of safety measures and vigilance around water bodies, urging communities to prioritize the well-being of their children and loved ones.