Police rescues a group stuck during trekking in Ganderbal

Srinagar: Police in Ganderbal have rescued a group of youth who had arrived for trekking at Sonamarg.
The group of 3 persons identified as Abbas Ali son of Mohd Bakir, Yawar Hussain son of Haider Ali Lone and Syed Qamar Ali son of Syed Ibrahim, all residents of Mirgund Budgam started trekking expeditions on a peak in Sonamarg near fish point. After covering some distance the trio reached at a steep cliff which stalled their movement and they were unable to climb down thereby jeopardising their safety.
As the three youth could not move out to safety, Police Station received their SOS calls and immediately pressed their rescue teams into action. The rescue teams scaled the heights and brought down all the three persons back safely. The rescue teams included SHO Sonamarg acted swiftly under the supervision of SSP Ganderbal Shri Suhail Munawar Mir-JKPS and SDPO Kangan.
Locals and the family members of the rescued youth have thanked Police for their quick response and securing lives of ordinary citizens. Ganderbal Police is requesting trekkers not to plan the expedition on precarious routes and without help and assistance from professional trekkers.


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