J&K Cops Quash Claim ‘Disruptive Illegal Organisation’ Caused Kishtwar Accident That Killed 7

The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday quashed as faux information claims {that a} “disruptive unlawful organisation” was answerable for a highway accident close to the Dangduru energy venture website within the Kishtwar district that claimed the lives of seven folks, as reported by the information company PTI. Senior Superintendent of Police (Kishtwar) Khalil Poswal asserted that it was a highway accident, induced after the driving force of the car misplaced management at a pointy curve and it rolled down a hill.

The Folks’s Anti-Fascist Entrance (PAFF) claimed on social media that it was behind the accident. “A faux information circulating on social media by a disruptive unlawful organisation claiming accountability of (the) accident of a car at Dangduru right now is baseless and unfounded,” Poswal stated, as quoted by PTI. “The assertion of (the) PAFF is refuted and most of the people is requested to not pay heed to any of the hearsay unfold by such disruptive organisations,” he added.

Anybody discovered concerned in spreading the faux information will likely be strictly handled, he stated. The accident occurred close to the Dangduru energy venture website within the distant Dacchan space round 8.35 am, the police stated.

Seven folks have been killed and two critically within the accident. All of the victims have been staff on the energy venture website. The injured have been rushed to a hospital by rescuers and native residents. the police stated.

In one other incident, not less than 4 folks have been killed whereas one other was severely injured after a automotive they have been travelling in rammed right into a roadside tree in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura on Wednesday, the police stated, as reported by the information company ANI. In keeping with the police, the victims have been travelling in a automotive which reportedly collided with a tree at Baldeo Highway space in Mathura. There have been 5 folks on board when the incident passed off, they stated.

They have been recognized as Ankit, Yogesh – each residents of Rida Mohalla of Baldeo, Achal and Akash from Anghai village, and Bharat alias Rocky.

“Prima facie it appeared that the car driver tried to keep away from an oncoming motorist and ended up colliding with the tree close to Pilkhuni village,” officers stated, whereas including that 4 of them died on the spot, as quoted by ANI. Officers have been nonetheless unsure about who was driving the car.

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