SSP Awantipora visits bereaved families

PAMPORE: Senior Superintendent of police for Awantipora police district, Tahir Saleem on Wednesday visited Saffron town Pampore to pay condolences to two families who lost their teenage daughters in a road accident on Pampore-Khrew road near Tulbagh area of Pampore in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Tuesday evening.
He along with SDPO Imtiyaz Ahmad, SHO Pampore Manzoor Ahmad and other police officials visited house of Mohammad Rafiq Bhat of Tulbagh and Nazir Ahmad Pandit of Namlabal areas of Pampore.
He expressed his sympathy with the bereaved families.
He told the families he was very upset and moved after learning about the accident and tragic death of two teenage girls.
The SSP said that preliminary investigation suggest that driver of a private vehicle was driving rashly and hit three teen pedestrians.
He told Kashmir Reader that the Alto car has skidded off the road and rolled into adjoining saffron fields around 100 feet from the spot of accident.
He said the driver has been taken into custody and his vehicle has been seized.
“We will thoroughly investigate the case and invoke stringent clauses of relevant law against the driver, “he said.
The victim families urged the SSP Awantipora Tahir Saleem to consider this incident as murder and not merely an accident.
He assured them that law will take its own course.
A first information report 57/2020 under sections 279, 337, 427 IPC has already been registered at police station Pampore

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