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Sad, says Prieze Kovind, Prime Minister Modi on death of 7 soldiers in Ladakh accident | India latest news

at least seven soldiers of Indian army died after a vehicle Fall with 26 jaws in Cheok River in Turtuk Ladakh sector on Friday. Nineteen others received critical injuries in the whole accident of Those who were flown to the Army’s Western Command Hospital in Panchkula.

The accident happened when it happened vehicle Which was transporting army forces from Nubra to Turtuk fell in The river near Largyab, Pachhathang.

President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi expressed their grief. on Accident and hope for fast recovery of wounded.

“Sad for know That’s an unfortunate road accident in Ladakh took people’s lives of some of our brave soldiers. My heartfelt condolences to the families of dead. I pray for fast recovery of Wounded,” Rashtrapati Bhavan wrote on that it official Twitter handle.

The Prime Minister said it all possible Aid is provided to those affected soldiers. “Sad about the bus accident in inside in That we lost our brave army personnel. My thoughts with bereaved families. I hope the injured recover as soon as possible. everybody possible Modi wrote: “Help is being provided to those affected.” on Twitter.

Gandhi wrote, “So sad to hear that of tragic accident with indian army personnel in Ladakh. My sincere condolences to the families of the victims and my best wishes for fast recovery of our wounded soldiers. “

a senior official . said vehicle slid off road and fell in Cheok River to the depth of About 50-60 feet, resulting in in Injuries to all passengers.

a party of 26 soldiers I was moving From the transit camp in Partapur to forward location in Hanif sub-sector. “About 9 in the morning, 25 kilometers from Thuaise, vehicle slid off road and fell in Cheok River official added.

The flight information report was registered at Al Nubra Police Station in This connection.

(with agency input)

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