Jammu and Kashmir: Fire breaks out near Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan, flames visible till Bhairon Valley

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Tue, 08 Jun 2021 04:45 PM IS

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A fire broke out in Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan on Tuesday. The personnel of the Fire Wing of the Shrine Board are trying to douse the fire.

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A fire broke out in the court of Mata Vaishno Devi in ​​Katra. The fire has created a ruckus near counter number two near Kalika Bhawan. A massive rescue operation is underway to control the fire. Let us tell you that the distance of the natural cave from the place where the fire started is about a hundred meters. Flames of fire are visible till Bhairon valley.

According to the information, the fire broke out due to a short circuit in the counting room near the VIP gate. Soon the fire took a formidable form. Immediately after starting the rescue work, the officials informed the officials of the Shrine Board. On information, the fire wing personnel of the board reached the spot and started dousing the fire.

It is being told that about 80 percent of the fire has been brought under control so far. As of now, there is no statement from the Shrine Board regarding the damage.

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A fire broke out in the court of Mata Vaishno Devi in ​​Katra. The fire has created a ruckus near counter number two near Kalika Bhawan. A massive rescue operation is underway to control the fire. Let us tell you that the distance of the natural cave from the place where the fire started is about a hundred meters. Flames of fire are visible till Bhairon valley.

According to the information, the fire broke out due to a short circuit in the counting room near the VIP gate. Soon the fire took a formidable form. Immediately after starting the rescue work, the officials informed the officials of the Shrine Board. On information, the fire wing personnel of the board reached the spot and started dousing the fire.

It is being told that about 80 percent of the fire has been brought under control so far. As of now, there is no statement from the Shrine Board regarding the damage.

Also read- Nazir: The first village in the country where 100% vaccination is complete, also know the truth of the war full of challenges

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