Youth drowns in Jhelum
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 7: A youth drowned in Jhelum near Larkipora, Awantipora.
According to police, 22-year-old Irshad Ahmad Bimla son of Ghulam Muhammad of Ajlen Payeen, Kokernag, Islamabad (Anantnag) was drowned while having a bath. Police said efforts were on to retrieve the body.
BHUNG DESTROYED AT MEHORA
As part of its drive against the illicit bhung cultivation in the valley, a team headed by Excise and Taxation Officer, under the supervision of Deputy Excise Commissioner (Executive) Kashmir,Tasaduq Jeelani, destroyed illicit bhung grown as a mixed crop on approximately 175 kanals of land in Melhora area of district Shopian with the assistance of the police.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Excise Commissioner (Executive) Kashmir also held a meeting of the citizens of Melhora and the adjoining areas of the district and informed them about the provisions of the NDPS Act 1985 and NDPS Rules.
2 KIDS AMONG 6 INJURED IN ROAD ACCIDENTS
Six persons including two children were injured in different road accidents across the Valley.
A Tipper bearing registration number (JK01L-8091) hit and injured two children, Faizan Ahmad Lone, 10, son of Manzoor Ahmad and Owais Fayaz, 10, son of Fayaz Ahmad Mir of Wuyan, near Wuyan, Awantipora Pampore, police said adding the kids were shifted to hospital for treatment.
In another incident, a Tipper bearing registration number (JK01F-4696) hit and injured a pedestrian, Irfan Ahmad Siddiqui, 18, son of Mashkoor Ahmad of S D Colony, Batamaloo at Tengpora Srinagar, police said adding the wounded had been hospitalized.
A motorcycle bearing registration number (JK01K-9589) on way from Parimpora to Shalteng skidded off the road near Parimpora injuring the rider Gulzar Ahmad Ganaie, 38, son of Ghulam Qadir of Shalteng and his pillion mate Fayaz Ahmad Wani, 35, son of Ali Muhammad of Aripanthan Beerwah, Budgam. Police said the duo had been shifted to hospital.
A car (Chassis number 631422) collided with Tavera bearing registration number (JK01M-2838) near Frestabal, Awantipora injuring Muhammad Iqbal Nawoo, 35, son of Abdul Salam of Naidkhai, Sumbal. The injured was shifted to hospital, police said.
POLICE ORGANISES IFTAAR PARTY
Continuing with its efforts to bridge the gap between Public and Police, Police in Baramulla organised an Iftaar party on Saturday, police spokesman said.
He said many respectables, media persons, transporters, traders, members of religious organizations and all police officers attended the party.
After the Iftaar, a sumptuous dinner was also served, he said adding arrangement for offering Magrib prayers was also made.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 7 Aug 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 7 Aug 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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