Several individuals set fire to the vehicle during a fight against members of a rival shipping company. Other 22 people suffered burns during the attack. Two drivers had fled after the fact. Ten people were burnt alive and 22 were injured when several individuals set fire to the bus that traveled, during a fight between members of two carriers in the India, collected local media. The bus, from the Ashok Travels company, was burned at 17.00 hours on Sunday in the area of Sedhav Balmukund, located in the central region of india’s Madhya Pradesh, told IANS agency Superintendent of police r. S.
Meena. There was a fight between members of the two bus companies and one of the two groups burned Ashok Travels bus. At least ten people were killed, said Meena. Twenty-two people suffered burns, according to the official, who added that the authorities have recovered the bodies of eight people so far. At least two people, the Tarun Soni and Dilip Sharma, conductors have fled after the fact. Source of the news: burning alive ten passengers from a bus in the India.