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    Muslims collect donations for treatment of critically injured Hindu boy in Doda

     



    Anzer Ayoob


    Thathri, Apr 17: In yet another instance of communal harmony, the Muslim community of Gandoh Bhalessa area in Doda district here has collected donations for the treatment of a Hindu boy, who was critically injured in a road accident at Ghat Doda last week.


    According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the members from Muslim community at Gandoh Bhalessa collected donations for the injured Hindu boy after mandatory Friday prayers yesterday.  


    A video has also went viral on social media in which the members from Muslim community could be seen seeking help from the general public for the treatment of a boy identified as Deepak Kumar of Barshalla Thathri, presently admitted in ICU at GMC Jammu.


    A local from the area told KNO that the religious cleric during the Friday sermons asked them to collect donations for the needy Hindu boy. “Our Imam (Religious cleric) asked us to collect the amount for the treatment of a poor needy Hindu boy as he is presently in ICU and needs specialized treatment. We tried our best to help the boy in whatever way possible,” the local said—(KNO)

    [17/04, 9:52 am] +91 70067 18615: *Woman sustains bullet wound in wee hours in Tral, Investigation initiated, says Police*


    Srinagar, April 17:(GNS) Police on Saturday said that it has started Investigation of a incident in which a woman sustained bullet injury during night hours in Darganie Gund area of Tral in South Kashmir’s Awantipora.


    In a statement to News agency GNS, the police said that during night hours a lady namely Shakeela Banu 36 wife of Ghulam Nabi alone resident of Darganie Gund (Tral) sustained bullet injuries. Her husband and in-laws concealed the incident was taken to a nearby hospital Aripal, where from she was referred to Sub District Hospital Tral but didn’t disclose to doctors regarding bullet injuries.


    The police spokesman further said that doctors were informed by them of her suffering of abdominal pain/heart problem.


    Where from she was referred to SMHS Srinagar- where the doctors diagnosed her of a fired bullet injured, he said.


    As soon as Police received the information, a team of Police from Police post Aripal reached to the house of above injured lady and during search of her house a fired bullet get recovered, he said.


    Police has registered a case FIR No. 25/2021 under relevant sections of law and Investigation taken up. Further investigation is continue and evidences are being gathered, added the spokesman.(GNS)

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