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UP: Fire created orgy in Azamgarh, then fire brigade did not reach on time, more than a dozen households were burnt to ashes

Fire created orgy in Azamgarh

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Sub-Inspector Kamlesh Yadav, the light in-charge of the local police station, along with constable Santosh Yadav immediately reached the spot and took charge. They somehow controlled the fire with the help of the villagers. But the villagers have suffered a lot in the incident.

As soon as the temperature of summer rises, Azamgarh in Purvanchal (Azamgarh) Fire in the district (Fire) has created a constant ruckus. Recently, the fire had shown its orgy on a farmer. After this, a fire caused by short circuit in Araji Malhapurwa village of Sagadi tehsil area of ​​the district burnt down more than a dozen houses. In this, the loss of property worth several lakhs has been reported, on the other hand, like every time, even after the information of the villagers, the fire brigade (Fire Brigade) The train could not reach on time. With the commendable initiative of the police personnel on the spot and with the help of the villagers, the fire was somehow brought under control after hours. By the time the police personnel could control the fire, along with the house, two motorcycles, 10 cycles and the TV, fridge and other items kept in the house had been burnt to ashes. The farmers were in a bad condition by crying.

Devara area of ​​Sagdi tehsil is telling the story of its helplessness even after 75 years of independence. Devara, who is a victim of natural calamity for eight months of the year, is a victim of natural calamities in every season. But like every year, this year also came under fire during the summer season. Where a fierce fire broke out in Purania of Gram Sabha Araji Malhapurwa, ruined the homes of 13 families. On seeing the fire due to unknown reasons, due to strong winds, about 20 people of 13 families were engulfed in its grip. By the time people could understand something, their houses were burnt to ashes. The villagers immediately informed the fire brigade about the fire but the fire brigade could not reach the spot.

Like every time the fire brigade was late again

Till now the fire brigade has never been able to reach on time after the fire and register its presence. Whereas the sub-inspector Kamlesh Yadav, the light in-charge of the local police station, along with constable Santosh Yadav immediately reached the spot and took over the front. They somehow controlled the fire with the help of the villagers. By the time the fire was brought under control, 6 goats, 5 chickens, 2 motorcycles and about a dozen cycles and food items in the house along with the jewelery worth lakhs kept in the house for the marriage ceremony were also burnt to ashes.

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Government help request

At the same time, Gopalpur MLA Nafees Ahmed, who reached the spot after the information about the arson, expressed grief and demanded the government to give compensation to all the families. Naib Tehsildar Mayank Mishra, who reached the spot, called the Kotdar and instructed to provide ration along with arrangements for food and drink for the victims and to prepare a report of the damage caused in the arson to the light accountant Vipin Singh present at the spot and submit it at the earliest. directed. But still this family has not been able to recover from the shock and is pleading for help from the government.

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