Two among them shifted to hospital
Rajouri, Mar 30: Another group of twenty five laborers have reached Surankote from Kashmir Valley after walking over a hundred kilometers by foot on Monday.
This comes a day after 24 people from Kashmir’s Shopian district reached Poonch district.
According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), officials said that a group of twenty five laborers hailing from different areas of Rajouri and Poonch with a few among them belonging to other States of India reached Chandimarh area of Surankote Tehsil.
“The laborers left Valley’s Shopian district on Sunday and spent their night somewhere in the way and reached Surankote area on Monday evening.” officials said.
They further informed that the laborers walked over one hundred kilometers between Shopian and Surankote enroute Mughal Road at a time when Peer Ki Gali and other adjoining points on the way are covered with five to six feet snow.
District Magistrate Poonch, Rahul Yadav said that all the twenty five laborers were shifted at Degree College Surankote in the quarantine facility.
“Two among them have now been hospitalized after they complained of high blood pressure while other twenty three are in degree college Surankote and all are stable.” said DM Poonch