Fire men dousing fire at Jammu.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Goods worth lakhs of rupees were gutted in a devastating fire at Rajinder Bazaar area of Jammu city on Tuesday late night.
“A fire broke out in the business establishment belonging to Deepak Nargotra on Tuesday late night,” an official of Fire and Emergency Services said. “Fire tender was rushed to douse the leaping flames. The cause of the fire was not immediately known,” an official said, adding that no one was injured in the incident.
MLA Jammu East Rajesh Gupta along with SP Farooq Mirza, SDPO Varun Jandyal and SHO Javed Malik visited the spot on Wednesday morning and extended all possible help to the fire affected.
President of Rajinder Bazaar Association Atul Rajpal and President of Lakhdata Bazaar Association, Kartar Gupta, Gurmeet Singh, Varun Gupta and Raj Kumar were also present. Rajkumar Gupta, Viney Gupta, Harjangh Singh, Rajesh Gupta, Gopal Gupta, Sanjeev Sharma, Pushan Sharma, Subash Gupta, Ashwani Sharma, Rajinder Gupta, Rajesh Nischal and Chaman Lal also accompanied the MLA.
Meanwhile, a shanty was gutted near Bus Stand Jammu after a LPG cylinder blast occurred. However, no causally was reported so far. Soon after the incident, the firefighters reached the spot and brought the fire under control. In this regard, police registered a case and started investigation.
Similarly, a fire broke out in Gole Gujral area due to leakage of LPG gas cylinder which was kept in the kitchen.
According to a report, one Harmeet Singh, son of Sewa Singh, resident of Camp Gole Gujral reported at Police Post Pouni Chak a fire broke out in his kitchen due to leakage of LPG gas cylinder.
A party of Police Post Pouni Chak headed by SI Arun Slathia reached the spot and called the fire brigade. The fire tender officials brought the fire under control.
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