@Elixir and Love bikes
I would like to share an important information with everyone.
I finally found out with the help of Pak Suzuki people the reason for my falling from the bike in Gilgit. Actually it was my second fall on this trip which I attributed to my lack of skills and the heavy load.
I was u turning the bike while standing and all of a sudden fell down. It bewildered me and I explored it thoroughly. I finally found the following reason.
The leg guard that I had installed to protect me from injuries was too protruding and touched the front mudguard at times. It has actually damaged the mudguard with many dents. After turning when I tried to straightn the handle it got stuck with the leg guard and the bike kept on turning. This caused the unexplainable fall.
The earlier fall was on way to Chillas from Babusar when I was applying brakes and turning at the same time. It bruised my legs pretty badly.
With the special blessings of Allah Subhana watala there were no serious injuries and I survived just fine although it could have been worse; rather dreadful. Otherwise the gentlemen who installed the leg guard had made my bike dengerous for these trips, probably unintentionally.
Another example of the heavy price we pay for the national lack of education.