Dr Maaheshwari is one of the 10 paediatricians from India who have been selected for the 10-day course, which will begin from September 3. He has been selected from west zone, which includes Rajasthan, Gujarat and MP.
“The labourers were doing the dismantling work at the height of an eight-storey building on a ship. While working on the ship, they fell down. They were rushed to the government hospital in Talaja town but doctors declared them dead on arrival,” said a police official.
Initially, it was reported that the man, identified as 35-year-old Ladun Hakam Kisku from Odisha, was beaten up on suspicion of being a child-lifter. However, police probe found that the man was beaten up by locals after a woman accused him of misbehaviour.
The truck driver took on board 25 labourers from near Talaja in neighbouring Bhavnagar district who wanted to go to Kheda in central Gujarat. However, the truck skidded off the highway just after entering Ahmedabad district and then overturned at Bavliyari village.