Kashmir Indepth

JK Civil Society grieved over loss of lives in Kishtwar road accident

Srinagar, Jul 02 : Senior vice chairman Jammu and Kashmir Civil Society Mohammad Suliman Bhat Tuesday expressed profound grief over the loss of 35 precious lives in tragic road accident in Kishtwar district.

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In a statement issued, Bhat expressed sympathy with the bereaved families and prayed for the eternal peace to the departed souls.

He also prayed for the speedy recovery of the injured passengers.

Bhat also said that these regular incidents of loss of lives in road accidents throughout J&K is a serious matter of concern, the authorities should take effective measures to ensure the safety of passengers.

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