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January 20, 2022 10:34 pm

Woman Charred To Death In Old Srinagar Blaze

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Srinagar- A woman was charred to death while three others sustained burn injuries during a blaze which destroyed four houses in Aali Kadal area of Srinagar on Thursday.

Four houses were gutted and two partially damaged in the blaze, official sources said.

The fire broke out near Rahbab Sahab shrine in Aali Kadal area this evening.

“Today at about 5:00 PM, fire broke out in a residential house belonging to Ghulam Mohammad Fushoo at Rehbab Sahib Aali Kadal due to leakage of a gas cylinder due to which four residential houses were gutted completely and two residential houses damaged partially.”

The houses belong to Abdul Salaam Bhat, Noor Mohammad Bhat, Ghulam Hassan Fushoo and Late Abdul Rehman Fushoo, Ghulam Mohammad Fushoo and Mushtaq Ahmad Matoo and Riyaz Ahmad Matoo.

The partially damaged houses belong to Akhter Ahmad Ganie and Nisar Ahmad Kawa.

56-year-old Shakeela, wife of Ghulam Mohammad Fushoo died in the incident while three persons were injured.

The injured have been identified as Abdul Aziz Gujri, 48, son of Ghulam Rasool Gujree of Karfalli Mohalla Habbakadal A/p Rehbab Sahib Alikadal (burn injury in his head), Hajra, wife of Abdul Aziz Gujri of Karfalli Mohalla Habbakadal A/P Rehbab Sahib Alikadal (Burn injury in his face) and Ghulam Mohammad Fushoo, son of Late Abdul Rehman Fushoo (burn injury in his face)

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