Woman Injured by Splinter near Firing Range in JK

Woman Injured by Splinter near Firing Range in JK
Woman Injured by Splinter near Firing Range in JK
Woman Injured by Splinter near Firing Range in JK
Woman Injured by Splinter near Firing Range in JK

Woman Injured by Splinter near Firing Range in JK

Woman Injured by Splinter near Firing Range in JK…..image/KL

Woman Injured by Splinter near Firing Range in JK

A 37-year-old woman, Sita Devi, faced an unexpected and unfortunate incident while working near a small firing range in Jammu and Kashmir’s Reasi district on Thursday.

Woman Injured by Splinter:Community Concerns: Splinter Injury Raises Questions in Khudri Chinkah Village

Sita Devi, a resident of Khudri Chinkah village, suffered a splinter-like injury during her work near the firing butt in Rudd Pull while cutting grass in the morning. The incident prompted a swift response from the Arnas police station, who promptly admitted her to the hospital.

Woman Injured by Splinter:Investigation Update: Preliminary Findings Dispel Terror Angle

According to official statements, a preliminary inquiry into the incident has ruled out any terror-related involvement. The authorities are actively conducting further investigations to uncover the full details surrounding the incident, shedding light on how such an unfortunate event occurred.

Woman Injured by Splinter:Law and Order Assurance: SSP Mohita Sharma Urges Against Rumor Spread

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Mohita Sharma has reassured the public, urging them to refrain from spreading rumors about the incident. She emphasized that any individual found involved in creating and circulating fake news will face strict consequences. The appeal aims to maintain order and prevent misinformation in the community.

The incident serves as a reminder of the need for caution in areas with firing ranges, emphasizing safety measures to prevent unforeseen accidents. As the investigation unfolds, the community eagerly awaits more information to understand the circumstances leading to Sita Devi’s injury.

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