Kashmir Indepth

Two houses gutted in fire mishap in Baramulla

Baramulla, Feb 26 : Two residential houses have been burnt to ashes when a fire broke out around 6 PM at Baramulla town in North Kashmir on Tuesday.

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According to reports, fire broke out at old town area of Baramulla in the residential house of Shareef ul din Najar which later catches nearby house of Manzoor Ahmed Najar.

Reports said in the mishap both houses gutted completely, however no casualty have been reported.

Firefighters later successfully doused the masive fire reports added.
The cause of the incident is said to be shot circuit in one of the houses.

Meanwhile, police took cognizance of this fire incident.

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