Dahanu (Maharashtra): Two girl students die in Maharashtra boat capsize

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The police took the students' statements to ascertain the exact number of people on board and, if need arises, will press interceptor craft and special patrol vessels for night search operations.

On Saturday, around 11.30 am, the students had reached the beach and boarded the boat after some time. Even a message from coast guard said that they have diverted ships which were at sea and also ships which were sailing from Mumbai. The accident took place place today two nautical miles from the shore of the Arabian Sea.

The police have said the owner of the boat along with three others, whose identities are yet to be revealed, was arrested on the evening of January 13. All three were 17 years old.

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The boat was capsized due to overcrowding and the boat tilted on one side while the children were having fun.

As per the reports, the students of KL Ponda School in Dahanu went for the beach picnic at Parnaka beach on Saturday morning. Palghar Superintendent of Police Manjunath Singe said that no death has been confirmed yet. State government has rescued most of the passengers and is making efforts to trace those still missing. "My condolences to the bereaved families", the President said in a tweet. The Coast Guard deployed ships and aircraft as the search for the missing is ongoing.

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