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In Arghakhanchi, 43 houses were burnt down


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43 houses and sheds were destroyed due to the fire that broke out in different places of Arghakhanchi on Saturday.

In Arghakhanchi, 43 houses were burnt down

20 houses, 23 cowsheds, 11 goats and six buffaloes were burnt due to the fire, informed Dipendra Rawal, District Police Office Arghakhanchi Police Inspector.

Bhumikasthan Municipality Ward No. 23 houses were burnt in yesterday's fire in 3 and 4 Dharapani. Municipality Dipendra Rawal, Information Officer of District Police Office Arghakhanchi, said that 13 houses and 10 households were destroyed by fire in Ratamata, Jabundanda, Bajakhark, Falamkhilji and other villages of Dharapani.

According to him, the fire in the slum has been brought under control, but the fire in the forest has not yet been brought under control. Two houses and five sheds have been burnt in the village. Five houses and eight sheds have been destroyed by fire in Shitganga Municipality Ward No. 6 and 12 Bhedamare, Dohote, Galdung etc.

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