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Div Com Kashmir visits fire victims of B’la 

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Div Com Kashmir visits fire victims of B'la 

Assures of every possible assistance

BARAMULLA, JUNE 11: The Divisional Commissioner (Div Com) Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole today paid a visit to the Noorbagh area of Baramulla, where he met the fire victims whose residential houses were completely damaged in a massive fire incident that happened last night.

The Div Com during the visit was accompanied by Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Bhupinder Kumar, SSP Rayees Ahmad Bhat and other concerned functionaries.

As many as 12 residential houses comprising 29 families with 160 souls, have been completely damaged during the intervening night of 10th and 11th of June at Noorbagh area, here.

On the occasion, the Div Com took first hand appraisal of the situation during which the fire victims apprised the advisor about their condition besides extending their issues and demands. He gave a patient hearing and assured that every kind of possible support shall be provided for their immediate rehabilitation.

Meanwhile, P K Pole directed the Deputy Commissioner to conduct a proper assessment of the damage so that the victims are rehabilitated under different welfare programmes sponsored by the administration.

He also directed to provide essential items as an immediate relief and take appropriate measures for their time being shelter.


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