Srinagar- At least fourteen shops and a seminary were damaged in two fire incidents, last night, in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
News agency GNS quoting official sources reported that fire broke at Khah Bazar Anantnag which involved a three-storeyed building, by the name ‘Shiekh Complex’ belonging to one Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Sheikh. In the incident, they said, fourteen shops sustained damages before fire tenders doused off the flames. The enormity of damage to the stuff inside the shops is being ascertained, the sources said.
In another incident, a fire broke out at Dar-ul-Uloom Pindar at Aishmuqam during which the seminary got partially damaged. The fire was put out after sustained efforts by the Fire and Emergency Department assisted by locals. In the incident however, a seminary student Suhail Ahmad Kar son of Ghulam Nabi, resident of Kokernag Anantnag received minor injury and was given immediate treatment.
The cause in both the incidents was yet to be ascertained – when this report was being filed.
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