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40 year-old Man Slips To Death in River Jehlum in

In a tragic incident, a 40-year-old man lost his life after slipping into the Jhelum River in Gund Prang village, located in North Kashmir’s Bandipora district. The accident occurred on Wednesday, leaving the local community in shock and mourning.

The deceased has been identified as Abdul Rahim Lone, son-in-law of Ghulam Mohideen Rather. Abdul Rahim was a resident of the Gund Prang area of Hajin. According to sources, the unfortunate incident took place while he was fetching drinking water from the river.

Upon learning of the incident, locals immediately sprang into action. A rescue operation was swiftly organized, involving community members and a police team from the Police Station Hajin. Their combined efforts focused on retrieving Abdul Rahim’s body from the river.

Despite the prompt response, it took several hours before the body was finally recovered. The delay underscored the challenging conditions and the urgency of such rescue operations in the area.

Following the recovery, authorities ensured that all legal formalities were duly completed. This procedure is crucial in such incidents to provide a clear account of the events and to support any subsequent legal and administrative processes.

After the formalities were finalized, Abdul Rahim Lone’s body was handed over to his grieving family. The loss is profound, and the entire community stands with them in their time of sorrow.

The incident has highlighted the dangers associated with daily tasks such as fetching water in regions where riverbanks can be treacherous. It underscores the need for increased safety measures to prevent such tragedies in the future.

As the family and community prepare for Abdul Rahim’s final rites, the incident serves as a somber reminder of the unpredictability of life and the importance of community solidarity in times of loss.

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