Jammu, July 10:Mughal Road Accident Update, Tragic Accident Claims Lives of Ranbir Singh Bali, Director of Finance, Forest, Ecology, and Environment Department, and Son
In a devastating incident, the bodies of Ranbir Singh Bali, Director of Finance, Forest, Ecology, and Environment Department, along with his son, were recovered from a gorge near Pannar bridge along the Mughal road on Monday.
According to official sources, the accident occurred at 19:40 hours yesterday when a swift car (registration number JK02BD-4635) was traveling from Surankote to Kashmir Valley via the Mughal road. Three individuals traveling in the car tragically lost their lives at the scene, while another was injured and promptly evacuated to a nearby hospital by local rescuers and the police.
The deceased include Ranbir Singh Bali, his wife Parvinder Kour, and their son Irvan Singh. Fortunately, their daughter Mahreen Kour is reported to be out of danger. Initially, Parvinder Kour’s body was recovered, but the bodies of Bali and Irvan Singh could not be immediately retrieved. However, after extensive efforts involving locals, police, SDRF, DGPC Poonch, and the army’s 16RR, both bodies were recovered this morning.
DySP PC Surankote, Hamid Ali Bandey, confirmed the incident and informed that the bodies have been sent to their native village in Baramulla.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to the family and loved ones affected by this tragic accident. May they find strength and support during this difficult time.