Fierce fire in Pulwama mosque, more than 300 lives in danger
Fierce fire in Pulwama mosque, more than 300 lives in danger

Jammu: A big case of fire is coming out from Jammu and Kashmir. The main mosque in Tral town of Pulwama district was badly damaged in the incident. According to reports, the 'Noor-ul-Islam' mosque located in the main town of Tral in Pulwama district of South Kashmir was gutted in the fire.

According to reports received from the local people, the fire broke out in the mosque in the morning. As soon as the news was received, fire engines were sent to the spot to douse the fire. People told that the fire started from the roof of the mosque. The roof of the temple had heavy use of wood, due to which the fire spread rapidly in the building. The roof and upper part of the mosque have been completely damaged due to the fire.

As per reports, the local people and fire brigade have brought the fire under control. Also, all the students staying at Darul-Uloom adjacent to the mosque have been rescued safely. There were more than 300 students in the madrassa at the time of the fire. An officer said that the cause of the fire is being ascertained. However, preliminary investigation suggests that it could have been caused by a short in the electrical circuit. The police have not yet said anything clearly about this. Also told that there is no news of loss of life or property in this incident. Police said that the investigation of the case is going on.

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