Azad too expresses grief over loss of property

Doda, April 20
Senior Çongress leader and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad today expressed deep shock and grief over the tragic fire incident in Batyas Tehsil Gandoh of district Doda in which more than 35 shops were razed to ground.
He expressed his serious doubts about the cause of fire, since this is the second incident in seven days.
A week before on the same road at a distance of 5 kms from the place at Tehsil Headquarter, Gandoh, more than 30 shops were gutted in fire.
This is the 6th time that on the Thatri-Gandoh road shops has caught fire. This looks a deep conspiracy and some organisation is definitely behind this. In a press statement issued here wherein Azad says, “I am told that some powder like inflammable substance was seen at the site of fire. This has given room to suspicion of a foul play. Authorities must look into the causes of repeated fire incidents at this particular site.”
Leader of Opposition further said, “My all sympathies are with the affected families. State administration must provide immediate help and financial support to all those affected by devastating blaze.”
Also an immediate inquiry must be conducted to uncover the mystery of such fire incidents taking place in a particular area, he said.

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