Fire breaks out in Chamba and Kullu districts, 4 shops burnt down

Shimla: A huge fire broke out in Himachal Pradesh's Chamba and Kullu districts, causing considerable damage. The fire is estimated to have caused a loss of crores of rupees. Five shops in Chamba's Goli Market were reported to have burned down in the middle of the night, according to sources. A shot circuit is said to have caused the fire.

The fire was brought under control after a valiant effort by the local police, fire dept, and residents. The stores of shopkeepers Kamal Kishore Putra Des Raj Gaon Lani and Praveen Kumar Putra Tilak were destroyed in the fire. Subhash Chand Putra Punu, Raj Gaon Naghui The villages of Ram Gaon Tabela and Muhammad Baseem Putra Jalaldin in Taleru have been reduced to ashes. 


Vishal Verma, DSP Dalhousie, acknowledged the incident. Meanwhile, a fire in Bhuntar, Kullu, has entirely destroyed four shops. Three of them were entirely destroyed in the fire. An anaesthetic is a substance that is burned. Saroj Kumari, Rakesh Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, Bali Ram, Suraj, and Gaurav's stores were all destroyed by the fire. A total of Rs 22 lakh has been lost as a due of the fire. A fire broke out at the stores in the early hours of Tuesday, according to reports. The exact cause of the fire is yet unknown.

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