In a significant mishap in Jammu and Kashmir, a transport conveying 37 Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawans and 2 J-K police officers tumbled to the riverbed in Pahalgam after a revealed brake disappointment. Six ITBP jawans lost their lives in the occurrence while others got wounds, ANI announced. They are being transported to Army medical clinic in Srinagar for therapy.
The security powers staff were getting back from Amarnath Yatra obligation when the lethal mishap occurred. The transport fell into the stream bed in a profound canyon lying among Pahalgam and Chandanwari, police said. It was en route to the police control room in Srinagar from Chandanwari.
Two supposedly kicked the bucket on the spot while 4-5 others have surrendered to their wounds. The loss of life could rise further, it is dreaded. Around 6 more work force are in basic condition and are being carried. A Border Security Force (BSF) helicopter has been squeezed into salvage endeavors.
“A transport conveying 39 staff tumbled down into a side of the road waterway bed after its brakes supposedly fizzled. The soldiers were on their way from Chandanwari to Pahalgam. Losses are dreaded and more subtleties are anticipated,” an ITBP representative said in Delhi.