Infant among 4 dead in Valley
Pulwama/Srinagar, June 15: Four persons including an 18-month-old infant died in separate incidents across the Valley.
Body of an 18-month-old infant was fished out by the people from a spring near his house at Dangepora Pulwama.
Reports said, Momin Ali son of Ali Muhammad Najar was missing from his home.
Meanwhile, in another incident a boy slipped and drowned in Nallah Pohru at Wadoora Handwara.
According to police, the deceased has been identified as Aamir Ahmad Bhat son of Ghulam Hassan of Wodhpora.
The body of the deceased was fished out by police and handed over to family for last rites, police said.
A man was killed when a poplar fell on him at Mirgund Pattan.
According to police, the deceased has been identified as Muhammad Yousuf Dar son of Muhammad Mohsin Dar of Mirgund. The poplar fell due to high velocity wind, police added.
Police said, Badrinath son of Amratoo of Dehadi Ramnagar Udhampur was found in unconscious condition near Army Gate Khanabal (Islamabad) Anantnag. He was shifted to district hospital for treatment, where he expired, police said adding the body of the deceased was handed over to legal heirs for last rites.
Meanwhile, 60-year-old person whose body was recovered from Drabgam Nallah three days back was today identified as Abdul Gani Dar of Chraripora Pakherpora.
Police said Abdul Gani was suffering from mental ailment and had gone missing on June 11.
WOMAN ENDS LIFE
A woman committed suicide allegedly by consuming some poisonous substance at Pakherpora Budgam. Police has registered a case.
MAN HELD WITH CHARAS
Kulgam Police arrested Jamkamaish son of Sidha Manash of Lakhara Gurdaspur Punjab at Jawahar Tunnel and recovered about 450 grams of charas from his possession.
12 HURT IN MISHAPS
Twelve persons were wounded in separate road accidents across the Valley.
Seven persons were wounded when two cars collided with each other at Pazalpora, Bijbehara.
A car bearing (JK01G-5376) turned turtle at Chontipathri, Tangmarg, injuring three persons.
A vehicle (DLAB-3028) hit a motorcycle at Nishat Chowk, injuring the rider Owais Lateef Chakoo and his father Muhammad Latief of Buchwara Dalgate.
Lastupdate on : Wed, 15 Jun 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 15 Jun 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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