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Three killed in Jammu slum blaze

IANS  |  Jammu 

Three people died and six other got injured on Saturday in a devastating fire that destroyed over 150 "Jhuggis" in Jammu, officials said.

Ramesh Gupta, superintendent of medical college hospital Jammu said three charred bodies were brought to the mortuary of the hospital during the night while six persons suffering critical burn injuries were being treated.

The fire started in Narwal area of Jammu city around 12 a.m. in the slum area where dozens of families of Rohingya Muslims who were uprooted from Myanmar because of persecution have taken shelter.

Besides these Rohingya Muslims, dozens of other families of slum dwellers were also living in the over 150 "Jhuggis" those were completed destroyed in the blaze.

--IANS

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Three killed in Jammu slum blaze

Three people died and six other got injured on Saturday in a devastating fire that destroyed over 150 "Jhuggis" in Jammu, officials said.

Three people died and six other got injured on Saturday in a devastating fire that destroyed over 150 "Jhuggis" in Jammu, officials said.

Ramesh Gupta, superintendent of medical college hospital Jammu said three charred bodies were brought to the mortuary of the hospital during the night while six persons suffering critical burn injuries were being treated.

The fire started in Narwal area of Jammu city around 12 a.m. in the slum area where dozens of families of Rohingya Muslims who were uprooted from Myanmar because of persecution have taken shelter.

Besides these Rohingya Muslims, dozens of other families of slum dwellers were also living in the over 150 "Jhuggis" those were completed destroyed in the blaze.

--IANS

sq/ahm/

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Three killed in Jammu slum blaze

Three people died and six other got injured on Saturday in a devastating fire that destroyed over 150 "Jhuggis" in Jammu, officials said.

Ramesh Gupta, superintendent of medical college hospital Jammu said three charred bodies were brought to the mortuary of the hospital during the night while six persons suffering critical burn injuries were being treated.

The fire started in Narwal area of Jammu city around 12 a.m. in the slum area where dozens of families of Rohingya Muslims who were uprooted from Myanmar because of persecution have taken shelter.

Besides these Rohingya Muslims, dozens of other families of slum dwellers were also living in the over 150 "Jhuggis" those were completed destroyed in the blaze.

--IANS

sq/ahm/

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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