Rajouri: Deputy Commissioner RajouriVikasKundalon Monday rushed to GMC&AH to inquire about the condition of injured who had endured a dreadful tempo accident at KanchiMorh on Rajouri-Kotranka Road. The accidents victims were shifted to the hospital for specialized care. Deputy Commissioner Vikaskundal assured that appropriate compensation under rules shall also be given to the sufferers of the mishap.
Tragedy struck as eighteen people were left injured, while the lives of three innocent souls were tragically cut short in a road accident that unfolded at the fateful KainchiMorh, situated near Rehan. The heart-wrenching incident occurred when a tempo traveler, en route to Rajouri from Kotranka, lost control and veered off the road, tumbling down a steep gorge.
The aftermath of the accident was nothing short of chaos, with a total of eighteen individuals bearing the brunt of the catastrophe, all left grappling with injuries of varying degrees. These brave survivors were rushed to the GMC Associated Hospital in Rajouri, where a dedicated medical team worked tirelessly to assess and address their conditions.
Deputy Commissioner VikasKundal engaged with the injured, inquiring about their health and offering words of solace and encouragement. Furthermore, he directed the medical team to provide the injured with the most comprehensive and effective treatment, minimizing the risk of complications and ensuring a smoother path to recovery.
In this trying hour, the Deputy Commissioner extended a heartfelt promise to the injured and their distraught families, assuring them that the District Administration would stand by their side, offering unwavering support and all the necessary assistance required during this difficult and trying time.
Among the others DDC Member Budhal New, ShaziaKouser; ACR, Imran Rashid Kataria; MS DH, DrMehmoodBajar; TehsildarRajouri, Varinder Sharma; DySPHQr, MudasirChowdhury and other officers accompanied the DC during his visit.