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With earphones on, Tamil Nadu tourist didn’t hear dad’s warning to duck as stones rained down

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CHENNAI: Rajavel suspected nothing when he spotted a group of 30-40 men standing a few metres away by the roadside as the bus carrying his family and other tourists went past Narbal on Srinagar-Gulmarg road on Monday.

“It started all of a sudden. Stones started hitting all four buses carrying the tourists. There was very little time to react. Some of us yelled at other passengers to duck and take cover. Only my son, who had earphones plugged in, didn’t hear me,” Rajavel told TOI.

One tourist killed, two injured in J&K stone pelting

22-year-old tourist from Tamil Nadu was killed and two members of his family, including his mother, were injured when their cab was attacked by a group of stone-pelters at Narbal on the Srinagar-Gulmarg highway on Monday.

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R Thirumani arrived in a coffin from Delhi via an Indigo Airlines flight

Rajavel’s 22-year-old son, R Thirumani Selvan, arrived in a coffin from Delhi via Indigo Airlines flight 6E-2315 late on Tuesday evening.

Immersed in music when the stones were being pelted, Selvan didn’t hear his father shout. He took a hit on the right side of his head. Doctors at the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences couldn’t save him.

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Rajavel, father of victim Thirumani

“I was sat in the row to his front. I yelled at him to duck. He had earphones on and didn’t understand why there was this sudden commotion inside the bus,” Rajavel told TOI.

Hotel occupancy in violence-hit J&K down to 10%

The ongoing attacks on tourists by stone-pelters, the latest being the assault on a family from Tamil Nadu on Srinagar-Gulmarg road on Monday in which a 22-year-old was killed, has hit the tourism industry badly, adding to its pre-existing slump this season in the valley.

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Rajavel, father of victim

Selvan, who was employed with Accenture in Sholinganallur, was sitting by the window. When he finally came around to understanding what was was going on, it was too late. A piece of hard rock came crashing through the window and struck him fatally. Rajavel’s wife Selvi was also injured in the incident. “She got four sutures on the side of her head. But her injuries were not life threatening,” said Rajavel who escaped unhurt along with his daughter.

Death of tourist in J&K shocking: Defence minister

Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman stressed on Tuesday that the armed forces will continue with their tough stance against terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, while stating that a tourist’s death in a stone-pelting incident was a blow to ongoing efforts to promote tourism in the strife-torn state.

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Updated: May 9, 2018 — 7:04 am

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