HOUSE GUTTED AT KANDUR MOHALLA
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Apr 3 : A residential house was gutted Tuesday morning at Kandar Mohalla , Ashai Bagh in the City, police said.
When contacted SHO Nigeen Mir Imtiyaz said that at around 8:30 AM, the fire broke out from the house jointly owned by Bashir Ahmad Kandru son of Ali Muhammad and Ghulam Hassan Kandru son of Ghulam Muhammad at Kandar Mohalla, and in no time engulfed the house.
“One big silk carpet which the family was weaving for the past several months and household were reduced to ashes in the incident” said Muhammad Shafi Guchoo, a neighbor.
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