2 teenagers die in mishaps
Srinagar, June 28: Two teenagers were killed in separate incidents in the Valley.
According to police, Shabir Ahmad Dar, 17, son of Habibullah of Hard-Aboora Magam drowned in the nearby Feroz Nallah while bathing. The body of Shabir was fished out and handed over to relatives for last rites, police added.
In another incident, 19-year-old Ajaz Ahmad Najar son of Ghulam Mustafa of Kapran Islamabad (Anantnag) received burn injuries due to leakage and subsequent burning of LPG gas at his residence, police said adding Ajaz was shifted to SMHS hospital here, where he succumbed to injuries.
A case has been registered in both cases and investigation taken up, police added.
6 HURT IN MISHAPS
An army gypsy (99B070569E) of postal unit Khwaja Bagh Baramulla driven by Ct. Kishore Kumar (No. 14837148N) hit and injured a pedestrian, Sajad Ahmad Teeli, 22, son of Ghulam Rasool of Karpora Naid Khai at present Charadari Baramulla near Sherwani Hall, Baramulla.
A car (JK09-6425) hit and injured a boy, Shahid Ali Mir, 10, son of Ali Muhammad of Reshigund near Reshigund, Kupwara.
A sumo (JK12-2096) hit and injured two pedestrians, Mumtaza, 38, wife of Mushtaq Ahmad Shah and Abid Ahmad Mir, 18, son of Abdul Rehman of Wangam near Lanjan, Islamabad (Anantnag).
A car (JK03A-0749) hit an electric pole near Wanpoh Kulgam, injuring Ghulam Hassan Dar and Abdul Majid Itoo.
POLICE HOLDS MEETING WITH SARPANCHS, PANCHS
Police held a meeting with near about 120 Sarpanchs and Panchs of Block Dachnipora/ Khovripora at Srigufwara.
The meeting was chaired by SDPO Bijbehara, Farooq Ahmad Zargar and SHO Inspector Ashfaq Alam.
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