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Terrible road accident in Pakistan, 17 killed in truck-bus collision

According to the police, the accident happened due to brake failure of the truck. At the same time, Governor Haji Gh

At least 17 people were killed when a bus collided head-on with a truck in Pakistan's northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Thursday. Police gave this information. The accident took place near Kohat on the Indus Highway , about 40 km south-west of Peshawar . According to the police, one person has been injured in this accident and he and the dead have been taken to the district headquarters hospital.

According to the police, the accident happened due to brake failure of the truck. At the same time, Governor Haji Ghulam Ali and Caretaker Chief Minister Azam Khan have expressed grief over this incident.

17 students died

At least 17 students of a madrasa were killed when their boat capsized in a lake in northwest Pakistan on Sunday, officials said. The incident took place when the students of Madrasa Mirbash Khel were out for a walk. Officials said rescue workers recovered 17 bodies. Kohat Deputy Commissioner Furkan Ashraf said there were 30 people on board the boat and most of them were children.

Among them were students between the ages of seven and 14. Rescue teams of the Pakistan Army have also reached the spot, where the rescue operation is being conducted. Azam Khan, the caretaker chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, has directed the local administration to provide emergency assistance to the affected families. Directed to provide relief.

44 killed in bus fire

Before this, a bus had fallen into a ditch in Balochistan, Pakistan. The bus caught fire immediately after the accident. 44 people were killed in the accident. According to a Pakistani media report, the accident happened in Lasbela district, a senior Lasbela official told that the accident was extremely dangerous.

Collided with the pillar and fell into the ditch

Hamza Anjum, assistant commissioner of Lasbela, said a bus carrying at least 48 passengers was going from the provincial capital Quetta to Karachi, the capital of Sindh province. The bus hit a pole on the bridge and caught fire after falling into the ditch. While taking a U-turn near Lasbela, the bus collided with a bridge pole and fell into the ditch and caught fire, Anjum said.ulam Ali and Caretaker Chief Minister Azam Khan have expressed grief over this incident.

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