Pakistan Accident: Nine members of a family were killed when the roof of a house collapsed in Gilgit-Baltistan. Quoting a police sub-inspector in special branch Chilas, Taj Muhammad, the newspaper Dawn reported that the incident took place on Sunday morning, where nine people of the same family were killed in Diamer district of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir region. . The roof of a house collapsed in Bonar Das area of the city, leaving the owner’s wife, four daughters and four sons, all family members buried under the rubble.
The sub-inspector of the special branch said that local people immediately rushed to the spot for relief after hearing the sudden collapse of the roof and tried to rescue the people trapped under the debris. After two hours of rescue effort, they were able to retrieve the bodies one by one but not a single person remained alive, all had died.
PM Shahbaz Sharif expressed grief by tweeting
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has expressed deep grief over the death of nine people in the incident. In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, “We share the grief of the bereaved family and offer our condolences to them.” According to Dawn’s report, he also prayed for the departed souls. The PM further wrote in the tweet, May Allah grant the dead a high place in Jannat-ul-Firdaus and give patience to the bereaved.
لاس، ونر داس میں وسیدہ مکان رنے سے 9 م متاثرہ اندان م ریک اور اندان دیگر افراد سے رتے اللہ الی مرحومین و نت الفردوس میں اعلی مقام ا رمائے اور لواحقین و رجمیل دے۔ مین
— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) October 9, 2022
Along with this, another incident happened in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad on Sunday. In which a massive fire broke out on the third floor of Centaurus Mall. According to local media, no casualties have been reported so far in this incident. However, the CDA has confirmed that the fire is under control.
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