Man injured after army vehicle hits minibus in Ganderbal area; locals stage protest

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Srinagar: The locals in Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district on Wednesday staged a protest after a minibus was hit by an Army vehicle at Hariganiwan Kangan area in which one passenger sustained injuries.

According to a local news gathering agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), a passenger identified as Muhammad Maqbool Khan, son of Muhammad Khan, 55 of Hariganiwan Kangan was injured after the minibus bearing registration number JK16-5587, he was travelling in was hit by an Army vehicle.

“Injured has been shifted Sher Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS)  soura from sub District Hospital (SDH) Kangan for further treatment,” sources said.

Furthermore, witnesses said that the locals hit the streets and staged a protest against the army.

The locals also blocked Srinagar-Leh road and demanded action against the driver. The protest was going on when the report was last filed.

Meanwhile, police team reached to the spot and are investigating the whole incident—(KNO)

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