In another unfortunate mishap in Kishtwar region, 13 individuals including a five-year-old young lady passed on after a vehicle met with a mischance close Noos region of Dool of Kishtwar region and fell in the River Chenab.
A police official said a vehicle bearing enrollment number JK17 3594 conveying yatris to Matta Machail sanctuary in Kishtwar met with a mishap at around 7:30 am close Noos region of Dool in Kishtwar after driver lost control of the vehicle and it dove into River Chenab.
Thirteen individuals including driver and conductor of the vehicle were going in the vehicle when it dove into waterway.
In the wake of coming to think about the mischance, local people and police men hurried to the spot to dispatch activity and save the travelers.
They were joined by armed force, CRPF, SSB, Fire Service, SDRF and different volunteers, local people said.
They four long periods of frenzied activity driven by SSP Kishtwar Rajinder Gupta, the save groups figured out how to recovered collections of 12 individuals while 5-year-old young lady was saved alive.
The minor young lady, who had supported basic wounds in the transport fall, was alluded to Jammu clinic where she later capitulated to wounds.
The expired were recognized as Jyoti Devi little girl of Kewal Singh of Moti Marmat Doda; Kewal Krishan child of Dhani Ram of Muthi Marmat Doda; Sanam girl of Kewal Krishan of Muthi Marmat Doda; Sushma little girl of Kewal Krishan of Muthi Marmat Doda; Bhishma Devi girl of Dhani Ram of Muthi Marmat Doda, Sandesha Devi spouse of Dev Raj of Muthi Marmat Doda; Badri Nath child of Nayan Singh of Muthi Marmat Doda; Safeda Devi wife of Badri Nath of Muthi Marmat Doda; Bahadur Singh child of Bhima of Melan Doda; Pushpa Devi wife of Bahadur Singh of Melan Doda, Danish child of Mehboob Sheik of Banderna, Kishtwar; Abu Wala child of Sajjad Hussain of Banderna Kishtwar and Dev Raj child of Dhani Ram of Muthi Marmat Doda.
This is the second real mishap in Kishtwar area in the same number of days.
Recently, seven individuals, including two ladies were murdered and 12 others harmed after two vehicles went under an avalanche in the area.
The episode occurred at Kulligad on the Doda-Kishtwar street. Colossal rocks and garbage all of a sudden descended from a slope covering a smaller than usual transport and an auto handling on the Doda-Kishtwar street.
In the mean time, Governor N Vohra communicated pain over the loss of lives in a Kishtwar mishap.
The Governor coordinated Divisional Commissioners Kashmir and Jammu to guarantee that the Deputy Commissioners hold prompt gatherings of the District Road Safety Committees and he will seat a gathering this Saturday to audit reasons for repeating lethal mishaps.