By our staff reporter
BADIN: Twenty five houses & other precious materials gutted as fire broke out in two different villages in Badin on Friday.
According to details, the sudden fire has broken out in two villages in Talpur Mohla, Luwari Sharif town and village Allah Dino Soomro (Abu Shaikha) near Badin consequently fire sieged different houses of the villages resulting twenty five houses and other structures along with all household articles, grain stocks and personal belongings of their occupants were gutted in two incidents of fire in Badin district including of Talpur Mohla, Luwari Sharif and village Allah Dino Soomro have been damaged
As soon as the DC control room was informed, Deputy Commissioner Badin, Agha Shahnawaz Khan took the notice of the two different fire incidents in the district and relief measures were soon initiated, which could have prevented further damage the houses. When district administration led by Agha Shahnawaz Khan, Deputy Commissioner Badin reached on the spot and supervised the relief activities and controlled the fire spread in time.
Meanwhile MPA Haji Taj Muhammad Mallah, Dr. Sher Muhammad Nohrio, District Health Officer Badin, Assistant Commissioner Badin, Mukhtiarkar Badin and other concerned officers were also reached at the villages where fire broken and monitored relief activities.
Deputy Commissioner Badin personally supervised all the initiated relief work till the complete control over the fire and remained at the site when Ambulances and medical teams were also present at the site amid to face any unexpected untoward situation.
When fortunately no casualties were reported as a result of the fires in both the places but some cattle were partially injured, sources told.
The fire has damaged 20 houses in Talpur Mohalla, Lawari Sharif and 5 houses in Allah Dino Soomro (Abu Sheikha), relief workers apprised.
The fire incident in village Talpur Mohla, Luwari Sharif was reported as it start of the result of stove fire of the house while fire in village Allaj Dino Soomro was being yet investigated.