Minor among 2 killed, 6 hurt in mishaps
Srinagar/Kupwara, Nov 29: Two persons including a minor boy were killed and six others wounded in separate road accidents across the Valley.
According to police spokesman, a tractor hit and killed an 8-year-old boy, Tawseef Ahmad, son of Muhammad Abass Mir, of Chowgam at Chowgam, Kulgam Qazigund. He said a case had been registered in this regard.
In another incident, a youth was killed and another injured when a Beacon tipper fell into a deep gorge at Safawali Batpora in frontier Kupwara district on Tuesday.
The deceased has been identified as Inayat Ullah Mir, 20, son of Ghulam Hassan Mir of Trumanard (Batpora). Inayat was working as a seasonal labourer with 109 Road Construction Company of Beacon.
Locals said Inayat was the lone bread earner for his family and was scheduled to get married next week.
The critically wounded Naseer Ahmad Khan son of Ali Muhammad Khan of Trumnard has been shifted to SKIMS, Soura.
Police spokesman added that a Tata 407 bearing registration number (JKE-4071) collided with Tata Mobile vehicle bearing registration number (JK13-5968) at Pandrathan here resulting in minor injuries to two persons. The injured were shifted to hospital, he said adding a case had been registered.
A Tata Sumo bearing registration number (JK05-3744) collided with an electric pole at Sheikh Mohalla, Bandipora, resulting in injuries to Muhammad Akbar Sheikh, 42, son of Abdul Ahad and Asifa, 19, wife of Fayaz Ahmad Wani, of Arin Bandipora, the spokesman said adding the wounded were shifted to District hospital Bandipora, where from Muhammad Akbar was referred to Bone and Joints hospital here.
A motorcycle bearing registration number (JK04-2866) met with an accident near Panzinara, Bandipora, resulting in injuries to rider Nazir Ahmad Bohri, 24, son of Ghulam Rasool of Nadihal, the spokesman said adding the wounded had been shifted to hospital.
GIRL ENDS LIFE
A 16-year-old girl of Laroo, Kulgam committed suicide by consuming some poisonous substance at her home, police spokesman said adding a case had been registered and investigation taken up.
6 GAMBLERS HELD
Six gamblers were nabbed by police from new colony Pulwama on Tuesday.
According to Station House Officer, Mushtaq Ahmad Rs 20000 cash and six mobile phone sets were recovered from the spot.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 29 Nov 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 29 Nov 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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