Air Force Jawan died in a road accident in Chamba Himachal Pradesh

Feb 27 2020 03:49 PM
Air Force Jawan died in a road accident in Chamba Himachal Pradesh

Jammu: In today's time, everyone is shaken by the story of increasing crime and incidents. Every day, someone gets to hear such news from somewhere, that a person is getting to see the effect of this thing completely on the heart and mind. At the same time, an Air Force soldier died in a car accident near Dhudasapad on Dalhousie-Balera road. The accident occurred late at night. The team reached the spot from Dalhousie police station soon after receiving the information about the accident. The jawan has been identified as Sham Lal son Kharaiti Lal, resident Panihal, post office Balera, Chamba. Police conducted post mortem and handed over the dead body to the relatives. According to the information received from the police, Sham Lal was posted in Yola Cantt of Dharamshala. Going home after taking leave. Late in the night, a car accident occurred near Dhudasapad. People reached the spot after hearing the sound of the car falling. The villagers informed the police about the accident.

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The police team reached the spot after getting the information. The police team reached the spot, with the help of people, evacuated Lal from the ditch and sent him to the Civil Hospital Dalhousie for treatment. Where the injured were given first aid. Due to the lack of improvement in the condition, the injured were referred to Tanda Medical College. However, Sham Lal died. The police conducted a post-mortem of the body and handed it over to the family.

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Police have registered a case and started investigating the cause of the accident. The deceased Sham Lal leaves behind him two children besides his wife. Superintendent of Police Chamba Dr. Monica told that the police team reached the spot as soon as the information was received. Police is investigating the case.

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