Occupants of Bijbehara opposed check in time and came to safeguard the harmed when the bus crashed into a truck on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway Tuesday, various outlets reported.
Kashmir, which has seen viciousness in the course of the most recent few days, on July 13 saw a showcase of humankind and religious fellowship when local individuals in Bijbehara raced to the assistance of a gathering of Amarnath travelers after their bus met with an accident in which two persons were killed, reported initially.
Amarnath pilgrims who were injured in a road accident at Srinagar-Jammu national highway, being treated at SMHS hospital in Srinagar on Wednesday.
Officials told, “The bus, en route from Baltal to Jammu, slammed into a truck at Sangam in Bijbehara, murdering a traveler Pramod Kumar of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh and local driver Bilal Ahmad Mir of Kangan and Harming 23 others.
A CRPF jawan, posted at Chandanwari, died of cardiac arrest, raising the death toll related to ongoing yatra to 10”.