3 killed, 14 hurt in mishaps
Srinagar, May 10: Three persons were killed and 14 others wounded in separate accidents across the Valley.
Two persons were killed and four others injured when a truck they were travelling in fell into a gorge at Khurhama Lolab in Kupwara district on Tuesday.
According to reports, the truck was carrying Army supplies from Khurama to Shranth.
In another mishap, a man was killed when an unidentified army vehicle hit a Tonga at Tappar Pattan, Baramulla.
According to police, the deceased has been identified as Ghulam Hassan Ahangar, 40, son of Abdul Khaliq of Tapper.
Meanwhile, ten persons were wounded in separate accidents across the Valley.
Four persons were wounded when a Sumo (JK09-2710) they were travelling in turned turtle at Chitterkot, Kupwara, police said.
A bus (JK02-8475) hit and injured a woman, Jana, 55, wife of Wahab Kumar of Beerwah at Adina, Budgam.
A LP passenger vehicle (JK04-6507) hit and injured a pedestrian Ghulam Muhammad Kuchay, 68, son of Ali Muhammad of Munpapi Budgam near Sundergund.
A car (JK13B-0840) hit and injured a woman, Zooni Begum wife of Nazir Ahmed Lone of Kakapora near Railway Bridge Kakapora, Pulwama.
A motorcycle (JK13-5131) collided with another vehicle (JK13-7927) near Railway Bridge Kakapora, Pulwama injuring the rider Muhammad Altaf Wani son of Ahsaan Wani of Pakherpora.
A sumo (JK13-7611) hit and injured a girl, Seerat Jan, 5, daughter of Muhammad Ishaq Bhat of Bohri Halan at Bohri Halan, Shopian.
A tipper (JK03-7680) hit a sumo (JK13-2033) and a car (JK13-3770) at Gungoo, Pulwama damaging both the vehicles, police said adding no one was wounded in the accident.
A sumo (JK01L-6284) of PDD department hit and injured a woman Anjli Bakshi, 28, daughter of V N Bakshi of Barbarshah, at Hyderpora.
POLICE SOLVES ‘KIDNAPPING’ OF WOMAN, ARREST 3
Police in Baramulla has claimed to have solved an alleged kidnapping case within 10 hours, recovering, the woman and her 18 month old child recovered and arresting the accused at Qazigund Islamabad (Anantnag).
According to police spokesman, a complaint was filed by Javeed Ahmad Mir son of Abdul Jabbar Mir of Dardpora Baramulla in which he said, “During the intervening night of May 8/9, three men forcibly broke into my house without any reason and thrashed me severely. The trio abducted my wife and 18 months old child and fled away from the spot in a Sumo.”
The spokesman said, a case was registered and investigations taken up. “A Police team headed by SI Mir Safdar was constituted to trace out the persons involved in the crime and raids were conducted at several places,” the spokesman said.
He said, the three accused Suhail Nazir Sheikh, 22, son of Nazir Ahmed Sheikh of Toheedgunj Baramulla, Naseer Ahmed Mir, 23, son of Abdul Ahad Mir of Mohalla Mir Sahib Baramulla, and Suhail Ahmed Bhat, 21, son of Muhammad Syed Bhat of Mohalla Mir Sahib were arrested from Qazigund (Islamabad) Anantnag and the abducted woman and her child were recovered.
The Sumo (JK05-1690) used in the crime was also seized, he said, adding the case was solved within 10 hours.
Police has booked a shopkeeper at Sheeri Market Baramulla for allegedly selling expired food articles.
According to police, the shopkeeper has been identified as Manzoor Ahmad Lone son of Ghulam Hassan Lone of Sheeri.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 10 May 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 10 May 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 11 May 2011 00:00:00 IST
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