Two killed in road accidents

Two killed in road accidents

Two persons died in separate accidents in the area during the last 24 hours. The police have registered FIRs against the accused against in both the cases. - File photo

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Hoshiarpur, October 10

Two persons died in separate accidents in the area during the last 24 hours. The police have registered FIRs against the accused against in both the cases. Mohan Singh, a resident of Roopnagar district, has lodged a complaint that his brother Kuldeep Singh had come to Tanda Road for loading a trolley with cement. Kuldeep was on the road parking the trolley when a vehicle passing by hit him and he died. The police have registered a case against the unidentified accused.

In the second case, Aziz Muhammad, a resident of Rajwal village, has lodged a complaint with the Talwara police. He said his brother Shukardeen had gone from home for his duty at the Power House, Talwara, in a bike. When he reached near Dohar village, a car passing by hit him.

Shukardeen was admitted to the hospital where he succumbed to the injuries. The police have registered a case against the accused driver Karan Singh of Beh Khushala village.

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