15 July : Jammu: – There was a major accident on the water crisis in Jaisairabad district of Jammu and Kashmir today. Seven people, who were bathing here, died due to rock climbing in the waterfall while 30 others were injured. Reasi Senior Superintendent of Police Tahir Sandhad Bhat said that the incident took place at around three o’clock in the afternoon when one of the major water bodies of North India was bathing a group of people in Siyar Baba waterfalls. Most of these were young people. This waterfall is located in Talwara, ten kilometers away from Reasi. He told that seven people were killed and 30 people were injured.
Jammu: 4 people dead after landslide hits Sehar Baba waterfall near Riasi; Army and police launch search and rescue operation; More details awaited pic.twitter.com/b979z7ZQCB
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A large number of people were gathered at the scene to celebrate Sunday
Bhatt said that a large number of people had gathered at the scene to celebrate Sunday. The incident took place only when many of them were bathing in waterfall. Another police official said that other people present there ran to extricate people inside the rubble. He said that relief operations were going on until the final report was received.
The injured include Ashok Kumar of Uttar Pradesh and his five-year son
He said that the number of dead can increase because the condition of many injured people is “serious”. The official said that most of the deceased and injured were from Jammu district. The injured include Ashok Kumar of Uttar Pradesh and his five-year son. The official said that the treatment of eight boys and girls and seven women is going on in the local hospital.
He said that the injured people were taken from private cars to the hospital in Reasi district. Governor N. N. Vohra has expressed grief at the death of the people in this accident and asked Mr. Dhiraj Gupta, Chief Executive Officer of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi temple to bear the entire expenditure on the treatment of the injured, on behalf of the temple board.
Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah expressed grief and grief over the incident
Gupta told the governor that 31 people were being treated at the Super Specialty Hospital in the Karkaryal. The condition of three of these people is “serious”. National Conference Vice President and Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah expressed grief and grief over the incident.