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SSB jawans injured in road mishap

At least six SSB jawans including a driver(civil ) were received serious injuries when a jawans carrying vehicle was met mishap at Mwinaguri area near Ultapani this morning in Kokrajhar district.

The SSB jawans from 59th battalion posted at Mwinaguri Saralpara along the Indo Bhutan border extremely north of Kokrajhar district were on a vehicle was met mishap around 9 am this morning following excel broke down on running which was on way to Kokrajhar where SSB jawans received serious injuries.

The injured jawans were immediately rushed to Kokrajhar RNB hospital by SSB ambulance, three of the injured are said to be critical condition.

They were identified as Harmender Singh (25), Sailendra Sarma (24), Mahmmad Parook (34), Rajendra Kumar Tyagi (23), Niwas Kumar (25), Biki Paswan (25) and Ziadur Rahman (23), driver of the vehicle. The injured persons were rescued by SSB ambulance which was already stationed at Mwinaguri for the same.

Three of the injured jawans were referred to Guwahati for better treatment following critical condition, said a senior SSB officer in Kokrajhar.

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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