2 COMMIT SUICIDE IN LEH
Srinagar, July 18: Two persons including a woman committed suicide in separate incidents in Leh.
Tashi Paljor, 54, son of Tsering Stanzin of Choyshot presently at Housing colony Leh committed suicide allegedly by hanging himself at his home, police said adding a case had been registered and investigation taken up.
In another incident, Shama Bhai, 30, wife of a labourer Tulsi Ram Kashab of Salkhan, Nowaghat, Chatisgarh presently at Leh, committed suicide allegedly by hanging himself near 153 Army General Hospital Leh, police said adding a case had been registered and investigation taken up.
MAN RECEIVES ELECTRIC SHOCK
A man was wounded after receiving an electric shock in Kulgam.
According to police, Mushtaq Ahmad Lone, 25, son of Abdul Hamid of Gangdar, Kulgam received an electric shock when he came in touch with a live wire while on way to his orchard causing injuries to him. Police said the wounded was shifted to SKIMS, Soura for treatment.
2 INJURED IN BEAR ATTACK
In yet another man-animal conflict, a bear attacked and critically wounded two persons near village Akhal in Kulgam.
According to police, the wounded have been identified as Abdul Majeed Lone, 60, son of Wali Muhammad of Akhal Devsar and Muhammad Ashraf Lone, 37, son of Abdul Gani of Qasba Devsar.
Police said the wounded had been shifted to SKIMS, Soura for specialized treatment.
BODY BOY FISHED OUT
Police has recovered a body of a 10-year-old boy from Jhelum at Gadaseer Bijbehara in South Kashmir’s Islamabad (Anantnag) district.
According to the police, the deceased has been identified as Shakir Shafiq Hajam son of Muhammad Shafi of Uranhall Bijbehara.
The boy, according to police, got drowned in Jhelum on July 6 near Guri Bridge Bijbehara. The body was handed over to family for last rites, police added.
2 HOUSES DAMAGED, 1 INJURED IN BLAZE
Fire broke out in the two-storied house of Jag Mohan Mainci of Gogji Bagh, presently at Jammu causing damage to the house, police said adding a tenant Bupinder Singh of Beerwah Budgam was wounded in the incident.
Meanwhile, due to leakage of LPG gas, fire broke out in the house of Muhammad Subhan Reshi son of Ama Reshi of Nawab Bazar, Khumriyal, Kupwara causing partial damage to the structure, police said adding no loss of life or injury was reported in this incident.
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