Three children died in Lonavala in six months, the issue of safety of swimming pools is on the agenda

Pune: There is an important news for parents traveling with children. A shocking incident has come to light that another child drowned in a swimming pool in Lonavala, Pune. Three children have died due to swimming pool in the last six months. That is why the issue of safety of swimming pools in Lonavala has come to the fore. Shockingly, information has come out that five hundred swimming pools are unauthorized in the city. 

According to the information received, a two-year-old girl has drowned in a swimming pool in Lonavala, Pune. Syed family from Dombivli came to Lonavala for tourism. At that time, the family was having breakfast at a private resort. That’s when two-year-old Haniyazaira Syed reached the third floor and fell into the swimming pool there. She screamed desperately to save her life and the whole family ran towards her, but it was too late. 

In the last six months, three children have lost their lives in Lonavala 

  • A two-year-old boy drowned in a swimming pool in the second week of July. 
  • On July 29, a 13-year-old boy died of electrocution while playing in a swimming pool.
  • On November 27, Haniyazira lost her life after drowning in a swimming pool. Tourists along with locals are angry due to these incidents. 

The issue of safety of swimming pools in Lonavala has come to the fore due to one incident after another. Shocking information has come out that there are thousands of swimming pools in the city and five hundred of them are unauthorized. Angry citizens are now wondering whether the administration will take action against them. After all, when the rain comes, or the rosy cold comes, everyone’s feet turn to Lonavala. But the errors here have cost the lives of tourists especially children. If the administration ignores these errors, the tourist town may wither away. As a result, the economic cycle here can be affected. 

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