Fire – panic in people due to forest fire

Maudha (Hamirpur). On Wednesday around 1.30 p.m., a sudden fire broke out in around 25 bigha forests next to the vegetable wholesale market in the city. When the Mandi shopkeepers saw the flames, they were stirred up. According to the greengrocer’s owner, the fire brigade and the police reached the fire and after much effort with the help of the greengrocer, the fire was controlled.
On Wednesday afternoon, a fire broke out in the forest next to the vegetable wholesale market in Galla Mandi. When it saw the high flames and smoke of the fire, it stirred. The fire brigade and police managed to control the fire after fighting for a long time with the help of the people present there.
In the meantime, the vegetable wholesaler Irshad Ahmad Raju announced that the Galla Mandi would be closed until May 2nd and that the greengrocers could be reached until 11 a.m. Maybe someone threw a lit bidi or a cigarette and started a fire. However, no one was injured by the fire.

Maudha (Hamirpur). On Wednesday around 1.30 p.m., a sudden fire broke out in around 25 bigha forests next to the vegetable wholesale market in the city. When the Mandi shopkeepers saw the flames, they were stirred up. According to the greengrocer’s owner, the fire brigade and the police reached the fire and after much effort with the help of the greengrocer, the fire was controlled.

On Wednesday afternoon, a fire broke out in the forest next to the vegetable wholesale market in Galla Mandi. When it saw the high flames and smoke of the fire, it stirred. The fire brigade and police managed to control the fire after fighting for a long time with the help of the people present there.

In the meantime, the vegetable wholesaler Irshad Ahmad Raju announced that the Galla Mandi would be closed until May 2nd and that the greengrocers could be reached until 11 a.m. Maybe someone threw a lit bidi or a cigarette and started a fire. However, no one was injured by the fire.

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