Seven residential houses damaged in Srinagar fire incident


In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, at least seven residential houses were damaged in a fire incident in Srinagar.

Officials said that the fire erupted in a house in Namchabal area of Srinagar apparently due to short-circuit and soon it spread and engulfed six other houses in the vicinity. The fire was controlled with the help of fire tenders, locals and police, they said.

They added that seven residential houses belonging to Muhammad Rafiq Mir, Owais Ahmad Mir, Muhammad Ashraf Mir, Jalal-ud-din Dar, Muhammad Rafiq Tramboo, Parveena Bano and Waseem Ahmad Dar were damaged in the fire incident.—KMS


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