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Tragic Incident, Six-Year-Old Boy Killed in Army Vehicle Accident

In a devastating turn of events, a six-year-old boy lost his life after being struck by an army vehicle in the Budhal area of Rajouri District. According to officials, the accident occurred on Palma road when a Casper vehicle belonging to 60RR was en route to Budhal. Suddenly, the vehicle collided with the young child, who was identified as the son of Mohd Azam, a CRPF personnel.

The victim was swiftly transported to the hospital for medical attention, but despite efforts to save him, he succumbed to his injuries. The incident has sent shockwaves through the community, leaving residents deeply saddened by the loss of such a young life. The boy’s family, as well as the wider community, are mourning this tragic accident.

Following the incident, local authorities have initiated an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the accident. Law enforcement agencies are working diligently to gather information and determine the cause of the collision. The army unit involved in the accident is cooperating with the authorities in the investigation process.

Efforts are underway to extend support to the bereaved family during this difficult time. Community leaders and officials are offering their condolences and assistance to the family as they cope with the sudden and tragic loss of their child. Additionally, measures are being considered to prevent similar accidents from occurring in the future, emphasizing the importance of road safety and awareness campaigns in the area.

As news of the incident spreads, there has been an outpouring of grief and sympathy from across the region. The untimely death of the young boy has deeply affected the community, highlighting the need for increased vigilance and caution on the roads. Authorities are urging all motorists to exercise caution and adhere to traffic regulations to prevent further tragedies like this one. The memory of the young victim will be cherished, and efforts will continue to ensure the safety of all residents in the area.

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