Pilgrims’ bus capsizes in Pakistan, 20 dead

According to Imran Ahmad, an official of the Levies security forces, an alleged negligence of the driver was the cause of the accident, but he pointed out that the authorities were still investigating what happened.

Pilgrims were returning to Dadu, a district in the neighboring southern province of Sindh, after visiting the shrine of a Sufi saint. Khuzdar District Deputy Commissioner Bashir Ahmed said the driver lost control of the vehicle on a sharp curve.

The bus was crowded and several of the pilgrims were sitting on the roof at the time of the accident.Ahmed added, noting that the prognosis for some of the injured was critical and that the driver also suffered injuries.

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