Police registers case against PDD officials
Death of 2 minors in Kellar
Kellar (Shopian), Mar 6: After the death of two children Yasmeen and Zubair here due to the alleged negligence of Power Development Department officials, Police has registered an FIR against the erring employees.
Yasmeen, 7, and Zubair, 5, children of Muhammad Ashraf were drowned after falling in a water logged pit dug by the PDD in Dunadoo Kellar Shopian on March 2.
“We have registered a case against the PDD and the concerned officials would be questioned. Whosoever is found guilty will not be spared,” SHO Kellar, Shafqat Hussain told Greater Kashmir.
Meanwhile, parents of the children have been given employment on casual basis by the district administration.
The administration has issued orders to engage Ashraf Paswal in Electric Department and his wife Hakinwi as a helper in Social Welfare department.
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Lastupdate on : Tue, 6 Mar 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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