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Devastating fire broke out at 60 hecatre rubber garden at Rajchantai: 4 gardens fully under the capture of fire: Water scarcity hampers the rescue operation
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Devastating fire broke out at 60 hecatre rubber garden at Rajchantai: 4 gardens fully under the capture of fire: Water scarcity hampers the rescue operation
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Agartala, March 22 (TIWN): A devastating fire broke out at Bodhjunnagar’s Rajchantai area under Bodhjunnagar Police Station. Partially the fire had gripped up almost the full area of the 60 hectare land of rubber garden owned by 92 beneficiaries. But among them the rubber garden of 4 beneficiaries is whollely burnt. According to the fire service department, the fire had spread very quickly due to the spell of dry season in which a small light will lead to a big flame.

Sources further informed that on Sunday at around 10.25a.m, suddenly fire catches in the 60 hectare rubber garden at Rajchantai area. In a fraction of send, the fire spread in almost the whole area.

At first 1 engine of fire service department of Bodhjunnagar rushed to the spot.

But after observing the devastation of the fire, they extend help from Jirania and Ranirbazar department. But due to the water scarcity in the area, it is not possible for the fire engines to capture the fire under their control.In the meantime; the fire had played its ending role. However, Bodhjunnagar P.S informed that after the arrival of the owners of the fully burnt gardens, the estimated amount of loss is to be identified.

Few days, same Fire broke out at Gajaria of Belonia. According to the sources, near about 3.00 p.m, suddenly a devastating fire had spread in to the rubber garden of Samar Para. In a few seconds, the fire had grasped the whole garden under its centre. However, the local people claims that the fire was broke out due to some destructive wish of persons.

 

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