Prepare the compensation cases of the victims: Former Minister to district administration Kishtwar
KISHTWAR, Mar 30: Two horses and six sheep’s died in fire incident at Urighad area, falling under the jurisdiction of Chatroo sub-division.
A fire broke out in the cattle shed owned by Farooq Ahmed son of Mohd Shafi of Urighad Chatroo resulting into deaths of 2 horses and 6 sheep’s, occurred during the intervening night of 29th and 30th March.
Chatroo police has taken cognisance in this regard.
Meanwhile Former Minister, G. M Saroori expressed his sympathy with the victim.
The Former Minister urged district administration to prepare the compensation case of the victim immediately so that he can construct the cattle shed again. Saroori also urged the authorities to set up a fire service station at Chatroo, Kahara Bhalessa, Sarthal Bunjwah and Drabshalla towns as they are far-flung areas and people suffered from sudden breakout of fire.