In Ladakh Accident that happened on Friday, 19 injured Indian army soldiers were airlifted to the Chandimandir command Hospital for treatment, says new agency ANI. But unfortunately, seven army personnel died in this tragic bus accident.
Tragic Ladakh Accident
On Friday the Army bus was carrying 26 soldiers from a transit camp which is in Partapur to an area which the army calls seb-sector Hanif when it skidded and fell off the road in Shyok river in a sector called Turtuk of Ladakh. The bus fell 50-60 feet down from the road which resulted in the injury to all.
While reporting about the incident new agency ANI tweeted, “Seven Indian Army soldiers who lost their lives in the accident in Turtuk, Ladakh today include Subedar Shinde Vijay Rao Sarjerao, Nb Sub Gurudyal Sahu, L/Hav MD Saijal T, Naiks Sandeep Pal, Jadav Prashant Shivaji and Ramanuj Kumar, Lance Naik Bappaditya Khutia.”
After the incident, the Army acted quickly and all the 19 injured soldiers were airlifted from the “403 Field Hospital at Partapur to Chandimandir Command Hospital.”
PM Modi Felt “Anguished” About The Bus Accident
Prime Minister Narendra Modi after knowing about the incident Tweeted and said, “Anguished by the bus accident in Ladakh in which we have lost our brave army personnel. My thoughts are with the bereaved families. I hope that injured recover at the earliest. All possible assistance is being given to the affected.”
Rahul Gandhi Offered His Condolences
Congress leader, Rahul Gandhi also tweeted and expressed his feeling by writing on Twitter, “Extremely saddened to hear of the tragic accident with Indian Army personnel in Ladakh. My deepest condolences to the bereaved families, and wishes for the speedy recovery of our injured soldiers.”
Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal
Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal also tweeted that says, “Pained to learn about the tragic bus accident in #Ladakh in which we have lost seven of our brave Army soldiers. My deepest condolences to the bereaved families, and wishes for the speedy recovery of our injured soldiers.”