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6 People Dead in a Car Accident at Babusar Pass

A Gilgit bound car has met a fatal accident at Babusar Pass taking lives of 6 people. According to sources, all 6 belonged to the same family from Nagar valley. The deceased included 2 women, 2 children and two men.

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Babusar Pass Accident

A Gilgit bound car has met a fatal accident at Babusar Pass taking lives of 6 people. According to sources, all 6 belonged to the same family from Nagar valley. The deceased included 2 women, 2 children and two men.

The deceased have been identified as:

  1. Liaqat S/O Muhammad Bashir
  2. Masooma Liaqat
  3. Qaim Ali S/O Liaqat
  4. Mazhar Ali S/O Liaqat
  5. Ameer Hayat S/O Rustam
  6. Mairaj W/O Ameer Hayat

The car was travelling from Rawalpindi. The deceased belonged to Sikandarabad town of Hunza-Nagar district.

Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan Hafiz Hafeez Ur Rehman has showed his sympathies with families of the deceased.

6 People Dead in a Car Accident at Babusar Pass

Babusar Pass has recently been opened for traffic. The route reduces about 6 hours of travel time between Gilgit and Rawalpindi.

GBee Staff keeps you updated with the latest happenings in Gilgit, Baltistan and Chitral regions of Pakistan.

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