Two Rangers men killed, 10 injured as vehicle overturns on Islamabad motorway

No less than two faculty of Pakistan Rangers were killed while 10 others were harmed as their vehicle toppled on Islamabad motorway on Thursday.

Upwards of 14 Rangers were setting out from Islamabad to Tarbela when the tie-pole of their twofold lodge vehicle broke close Fateh Jang zone, making it topple.

Subsequently, a Hawaldar and a Lance Naik were executed while 10 others were harmed who were moved to Combined Military Hospital (CMH). Two of the harmed are said to be in basic condition.

The paramilitary compel have begun an examination concerning the episode, while a request council has likewise been framed to test the event.

Inside Minister Chaudhry Nisar communicated melancholy and distress over the loss of lives of Rangers work force as a consequence of the mischance. Communicating sensitivities for the dispossessed families, Nisar appealed to God for early recuperation of those harmed.

Prior on October 29, a Lt Colonel of Pakistan Army was murdered while a Major maintained wounds as they fell into a jettison on the Motorway close Hazro. Both the authorities were backtracking to Nowshera from Rawalpindi in a military guard.

The officers moved off their vehicle as the courses were hindered with compartments. Attributable to obscurity, they both tumbled off the street edge into a discard along the Motorway.

A week ago, no less than 19 individuals passed on and more than 146 got wounds when around twelve vehicles slammed into each other because of haze on M-2 Motorway in Punjab’s Hafizabad region.

A few reports said the heap up happened two kilometers after Kot Sarwar Interchange when the driver of a Lahore-bound transport all of a sudden connected brakes in the wake of missing a turn out and about because of exhaust cloud.

The vehicles fighting against eminent loss at an impressive speed slammed into each other, bringing about the debacle. The vehicles incorporated a truck, three Mazdas, two napkins, two transports, a minibus and two autos.

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