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Jehlum Post News| Srinagar | August 12, 2015|National Conference Working President Omar Abdullah on Wednesday expressed profound grief and sorrow over the death of eleven travelers in a tragic accident at Sadhna Top in Kupwara District

in North Kashmir on Tuesday. "This is a tragic accident and my heart goes out to the families of the deceased victims. I pray for peace to the departed soul and urge the State Government to announce ex-gratia compensation to the families of the victims without any delay", the NC Working President said. The NC Working President also highlighted the need to explore new ways of ensuring safety on our roads, especially those that pass through hilly, mountainous terrain. "The State Government as well as the Central Government should explore all possible solutions to prevent such accidents", Omar Abdullah added. Meanwhile, Senior NC Leaders Choudhary Mohammad Ramzan, Mir Saifullah, MLC and NC District President Kupwara Qaiser Jamsheed Lone and Senior NC Leader Kafeel-ur-Rehman have also expressed profound grief and sorrow over the loss of lives in this tragic accident and have extended their condolences to the bereaved families.

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