Fire Contained At Army's Ammunition Depot In Bathinda; No Deaths Reported

"The fire broke out at the Army's ammunition depot in Bathinda at 5:10 am. It was contained by 6:30 am," Bathinda Deputy Commissioner Diprava Lakra said.

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Fire Contained At Army's Ammunition Depot In Bathinda; No Deaths Reported

A fire broke out due to a short circuit at the Army's ammunition depot in Punjab's Bathinda


Chandigarh:  A fire broke out at the Army's ammunition depot in Bathinda district of Punjab early in the morning today. There was no report of any casualty in the incident.

"The fire broke out at the Army's ammunition depot in Bathinda at 5:10 am. It was contained by 6:30 am," Bathinda Deputy Commissioner Diprava Lakra said.

"There is no loss of life in the incident," he said. The assessment of the damage will be done by the Army, he said.

A short circuit was stated to be the reason behind the fire, the Deputy Commissioner said.

More details are awaited.
 


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