As many as 135 kanal wheat crops of 19 farmers were burnt to ashes due to fire in Harsa Dabbad and Chakka Bhagwana area of ​​Bishnah region.

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135 kanal wheat crop of 19 farmers burnt to ashes in Harsa Dabad and Chak Bhagwana of Vishanah area

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Bishnah As many as 135 kanal crops of wheat standing in the fields of 19 farmers were burnt to ashes in the fire on Monday in the village Harsa Dabbad, Chakka Bhagwana. As quickly as the data was acquired, three trains of fire brigade from Bishnah, Gangyal and Arnia reached the spot and stored the fire below management.
Due to the presence of two trains of fire division in Arnia and Bishnah area, the trains had to be known as from Gangyal and different fire stations. The most injury occurred in the village Chakka Bhagwana. Here greater than hundred kanal wheat crop of greater than 18 farmers has been burnt to ashes. As quickly as the fire was reported, tons of of villagers reached and managed the fire with the assistance of fire brigade division’s autos. Wheat crop was taken out by Rajaram in village Harsa Dabbad. He was getting ready to take the grain in sacks and take it residence. At that point, about ten quintals of wheat crammed in the sacks were burnt to ashes due to the fire. Due to the provision of solely two trains of the fire division in the area, folks had to work onerous to management the fire at two totally different locations concurrently.
During this time, the farmers current on the event mentioned that that they had already knowledgeable the division about such an incident, however due to the absence of any further autos from the division, the fire began at two totally different locations concurrently. Difficulty doing Farmers whose crops have been burnt to ashes throughout this era embody Bablu Ram, Sadhu Ram, Sardari Lal, Subhash Chandra, Todu Ram, Nati Ram, Sewaram, Purna Chand, Darshan Lal, Varyam Chand, Tarsem Lal, Mohinder Pal, Rashpal, Varyam Singh , Om Prakash, Sardari Lal, Raj Kumar, Raja Ram and many others. He has demanded compensation from the federal government and administration.

Bishnah As many as 135 kanal crops of wheat standing in the fields of 19 farmers were burnt to ashes on Monday in the village Harsa Dabbad, Chakka Bhagwana. As quickly as the data was acquired, three trains of fire brigade from Bishnah, Gangyal and Arnia reached the spot and stored the fire below management.

Due to the presence of two trains of fire division in Arnia and Bishnah area, the trains had to be known as from Gangyal and different fire stations. The most injury occurred in the village Chakka Bhagwana. Here greater than hundred kanal wheat crop of greater than 18 farmers has been burnt to ashes. As quickly as the fire was reported, tons of of villagers reached and managed the fire with the assistance of fire brigade division’s autos. Wheat crop was taken out by Rajaram in village Harsa Dabbad. He was getting ready to take the grain in sacks and take it residence. At that point, about ten quintals of wheat crammed in the sacks were burnt to ashes due to the fire. Due to the provision of solely two trains of the fire division in the area, folks had to work onerous to management the fire at two totally different locations concurrently.

During this time, the farmers current on the event mentioned that that they had already knowledgeable the division about such an incident, however due to the absence of any further autos from the division, the fire began at two totally different locations concurrently. Difficulty doing Farmers whose crops have been burnt to ashes throughout this era embody Bablu Ram, Sadhu Ram, Sardari Lal, Subhash Chandra, Todu Ram, Nati Ram, Sewaram, Purna Chand, Darshan Lal, Varyam Chand, Tarsem Lal, Mohinder Pal, Rashpal, Varyam Singh , Om Prakash, Sardari Lal, Raj Kumar, Raja Ram and many others. He has demanded compensation from the federal government and administration.

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