Nainital: Fire in four-storey building, elderly person burnt to death

Nainital: A fire broke out in the four-storey building at Mallital Bazaar in Nainital late at night. It is being told that an elderly person was burnt alive and died in this horrific accident. During this time, two other people got scorched. Those injured have been admitted to BD Pandey Hospital. As soon as the information received in this case, the team of fire staff, including fire officer Chandan Ram Arya, reached the Kotwali police.

With the help of the local people, barely an hour later, the fire was controlled. It is being told that a huge fire broke out on the upper floor of Mamu Sweets in Mallital market at around 2.30 pm. The whole house was burnt to ashes in this accident. It is being told that the fire was on the second floor of the four-storey house. 64-year-old Ravindra Singh Bisht was burnt to death due to this fire and died a painful death. It is also being told in this case that the deceased was suffering from paralysis, due to which he could not escape from there. In this accident, the landlord Harendra Bisht and one other also got burnt.

Both are currently admitted to BD Pandey Hospital. According to the FSO, at first sight, the cause of the fire is due to short circuit from the heater and blower. At the same time, due to fire activism, the Punjab National Bank branch along with other houses, shops and shops also survived. It is being said that during this time bank officials also reached. The fire extinguishers included FSO Chandan, Leading Firemen Jawahar Singh Rana, Umesh Kumar, Gaurav Karki, Dinesh Rana, Manoj Bhatt etc.

Also Read:

Rail Electrification speeds up, Says Railway Minister Piyush Goyal

IT raid at various companies in Tamil Nadu, 450 crore seized

IPO in 12 nos raised Rs 25K-Cr crore amid bull rally

 

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -