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2,400 killed in IHK accidents in three years: Police

Srinagar, December 20, 2012 (PPI-OT):  In occupied Kashmir, police authority have said that at least 2400 people lost their lives in accidents in the territory during last three years. Inspector General of Police (IGP) Jammu Zone Dilbagh Singh talking to media men in Jammu said “At least 2400 people have died in road accidents in last three years in the territory.”

He said 90 percent of the mishaps take place due to human errors. The police officer expressed concern over carelessness of people while driving. “Thousands of new vehicles are added to roads each year. It has made the driving more important.

It has been observed that very few people follow the traffic rules and regulations. The non-observance of traffic rules leads to mishaps and loss of lives”. He said there is dire need to make people aware about the driving rules for their own safety.

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