Sources from Jammu have made a statement that vehicle carrying passengers skidded off and rolled down into a 200 feet deep gorge in Jammu and Kashmir's Reasi district killing nine people and injuring six others.
According to sources the tempo fell into the gorge at the Chechi Nallah area in the Mahore belt of the district on Wednesday morning, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Reasi, Tahi Sajad Bhat said. He said nine people were killed and six others injured in the incident and a rescue operation has been launched.
Sources have stated that the SSP said the injured are being shifted to the hospital and efforts are being made to recover the bodies.
KT Rama Rao with his adviser been to Seoul According to sources a delegation led by IT, Industries and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao held a series of meetings in Daegu Metropolitan City, South Korea on Monday. Daegu is also known as "Textile City" and is home to several textile, fashion and high-tech industries. Moreover the team also met Youngone Corporation Chairman Kihuk Sung whose company had recently announced a USD 300 million investment in Kakatiya Textile Park.
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