Parents blame sea authority over Indian boat accident deaths

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Parents of school students who were on the boat that capsized in a lake in India’s Gujarat state have alleged that their children were “not given life jackets”.
At least 12 pupils and two teachers drowned in the incident, which took place on Thursday in Harni Lake in Vadodara city.
Police have arrested two people in connection with the incident as Search operations are underway to find the remaining victims.
Authorities revealed that Eighteen students and two teachers have been rescued so far and are undergoing treatment in a nearby hospital,
While the cause of the incident is not yet known, eye witnesses say that the boat was packed beyond its capacity of 14 passengers

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