Gyan Chand, who suffered severe burn injuries, has been referred to Ner Chowk Medical College and Hospital after first aid from the local Balichowki Hospital. The other two people who were burnt in the fire have been discharged from Bali Chowki Hospital after first aid. Besides, the teams of Kullu District Police Administration have registered the entire case and started the investigation and investigation process.
According to the complete information received from the teams of Kullu District Police Administration, a massive fire broke out in Ghasni near Phagwana village on Friday afternoon at around 2:30 pm.
The flames of the massive fire had rapidly moved towards Patandi village, due to which a two and a half storey house was burnt to ashes due to the massive flames. To save the two and a half storey house from burning during the massive fire, landlord Gyan Chand was trying to extinguish the massive fire with the help of the local people of Ghasni.
The massive fire that broke out in a two-and-a-half storey wooden house of Kashtakuni style was so fast that the landlord Gyan Chand, aged fifty years, along with Anu Kumar and Duni Chand of Ghasni also got burnt in the massive fire.
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With the help of the people of Patandi village, Gyan Chand, Anu Kumar and Duni Chand, who were burnt in the massive fire, were immediately taken to Balichowki Hospital with the help of 108 ambulance for first aid. All three injured were given first aid very well in Balichowki Hospital. After first aid, the doctors of Bali Chowki Hospital referred Gyan Chand, the owner of a two and a half storey house, to Ner Chowk Medical College and Hospital as his condition was serious.
Raj Kumar, an eyewitness to the horrific fire, told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that all three people were badly burnt while extinguishing the massive fire. Gyan Chand, the owner of a two and a half storey house, was burnt from his feet to his head in the massive fire. Raj Kumar said that due to the huge fire that suddenly broke out in Ghasni, many apple plants were burnt to ashes. Besides, there has been a loss of lakhs of rupees due to the burning of a two and a half storey house.
Kullu District Police Administration SP Sakshi Verma has told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that the teams of Kullu District Police Administration have started the process of investigating the entire cause of the fire. The teams of Kullu District Police are also ascertaining the miscreants who set fire to Ghasni.
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