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In Jalaun, the shops of burning vegetable market in smoke and smoke.
A huge fire broke out in the vegetable market late night in Kuthund town of Jalaun in Uttar Pradesh. This led to the burning of shops of 10 merchants. Due to this fire, goods worth lakhs of rupees kept in shops were burnt to ashes. When the fire was noticed by the people around it, it was immediately reported to the fire brigade. As soon as the information was received, fire personnel reached the spot with the police and extinguished the fire after a lot of hard work.
People first tried to extinguish
Late in the night, when people were sleeping in their homes, a huge fire broke out in the vegetable market of Kuthund. The shop started burning with this fire. Bamboo-bat and hessian shops caught fire fast. When the people around saw him, he panicked and tried to extinguish the fire. The fire was reported to firefighters after assuming a formidable form.
Reasons for the fire were not known
As soon as the information was received, fire personnel reached the spot and after extinguishing the fire, they extinguished with the local people and the police. Two four-wheelers were also burnt to ashes due to this fire. This fire kept Amritlal aka Bade’s shop for 40 thousand rupees, Lalji’s 35 thousand rupees, Dinesh’s 45 thousand rupees, Ajmer Singh Munna’s Rs 1 lakh rupees, Kunwarlal’s 40 thousand rupees, Ashok Pal’s 35 thousand rupees, Durgesh’s 80 Thousand rupees, Gopal’s 45 thousand rupees, Kishan’s 40 thousand rupees, Lalli’s 30 thousand rupees belongings were burnt to ashes. At the same time, the cause of the fire is still not clear.