Local journalist among dead of oil-tanker inferno

AHMEDPUR EAST-A local journalist Jamshed Mughal, the correspondent of Daily Jhoak Multan was among the victims who burnt alive in the oil-tanker incident while Rana Shaukat, cameraman of a private TV channel sustained injuries.Both were covering this incident while all of sudden oil tanker exploded. Their car was also burnt in the
tragedy. Local journalist Jamshed Mughal was missing in this incident but yesterday  his elder brother poet and journalist Javed Mughal announced his death. Earlier he was not found among all injured persons admitted in
different hospitals of the country. Javed Mughal told  RMNP  that his younger brother Jamshed Mughal dead body had been buried in mass  graves in Basti Nazirabad graveyard. Jamshed Mughal left behind a widow and for children. It is pertinent to mention that 206 persons have been killed while other two hundred injured  in oil tanker fire incident  which occurred on 25th July  on national highway near village Ramzan Joiya a place four kilometers away from RMNP base.Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had visited basti Ramzan Joiya on the eve of EidulFitr to condole  with bereaved  Jamshed Mughal 1families of this tragedy.
Source: RMNP

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