Five Indian Sikhs injured in road mishap in Pakistan
Six persons, including five Sikh pilgrims from India, were injured when the vehicle they were travelling in met with an accident in Pakistan.world Updated: Nov 28, 2007 12:16 IST
Six persons, including five Sikh pilgrims from India, were injured when the vehicle they were travelling in met with an accident on Hazara road near the Wah cantonment in Pakistan's Punjab province, police said on Wednesday.
The Sikhs, who are in Pakistan to attend celebrations marking the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, were in a pick-up truck that collided with another vehicle on Hazara road on Tuesday night, police said.
They were travelling from Gurdwara Punja Sahib to a railway station, they said, adding five Sikh pilgrims and the driver of the pick-up were injured.
The injured were identified as Nounihal Singh, Ranjeet Singh, both residents of Haryana, Ajdhair Singh, a resident of Kotaria, Mehinder Singh, a resident of Chandigarh, and Bukhat Kaur, a resident of Kourochitar.
First Published: Nov 28, 2007 12:14 IST