20 lakh taka loss in four shops in Kasba

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Moynal Bhuiyan

Brahmanbaria Correspondent

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Four shops were gutted in a fire that broke out on Wednesday afternoon in the market adjacent to the border complex of the old market in the Kasba town area of Brahmanbaria. It is estimated that there has been a loss of at least 20 lakh taka. Along with the locals, the fire service came and brought the fire under control. It has been found that a fire broke out in a market in Tinshed around 5:30. Two rod cement shops, a flower shop and a SS pipe shop were gutted in the fire. Fire service personnel, police and locals brought the fire under control.

Abdul Al Khaliq, Station Officer of Qasba Fire Service Station, told Daily Present Times that it is initially believed that the fire may have started due to the electrical short circuit due to the welding work being carried out in the SS pipe shop. The fire was brought under control in 40 minutes. Traders spoke of the extent of their losses. However, it is not possible to talk about the estimated loss without investigation.

Kasba police station officer-in-charge (OC) Mohammad Mohiuddin said that the fire service members reached the spot and managed to bring the fire under control with the help of everyone. It is initially estimated that the fire has caused a loss of 20 lakh tk.

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