Over 150 sheep were killed after a cloud burst struck at far flung Jawdara Bahak in Tulail area of Gurez Sub-Division of North Kashmir’s Bandipora.

The incident that occurred on 8 July could not be reported due to inclement weather. The owners of the live-stock reported the tragedy at police station Tulail today.

Police sources told news agency Kashmir News Trust that cloud burst struck at the sheep sheds at Jawdara Bahak that killed over 150 sheep. The live-stock belonged to two nomads namely Sharief Poswal son of Ghulam Nabi and Muhammad Ayoub Bajran son of Fauluddin, both residents of Rajouri.

They said that a police team from police station Tulail along with Revenue officials rushed to spot to assess the quantum of loss. (KNT)


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