- Demand from the administration to give compensation and accommodation to the families of the deceased
- Most of the household items burnt to ashes
- The rest of the people sleeping in the house somehow managed to get out
Jharkhand News: Father-son died in a house fire due to short circuit in Ilami village under Mufassil police station area of Pakur district of Jharkhand. All the belongings of the house were also destroyed in the accident. It was told that due to a short circuit in the house at around three o’clock on Saturday, when the flames suddenly started rising from a part of the house, 65-year-old Farza Haque Sheikh and his son 25-year-old Sharif Shaikh rushed to extinguish the fire, but the tin He died there after getting scorched by the current flowing in the roof.
one cattle also died
The rest of the people sleeping in the house somehow managed to get out. Later the lineman of the village cut the power wire. Most of the household items have been gutted. One cattle also died. On receiving information about the incident, Mufassil police station in-charge Mintu Bharti reached the spot. Police have sent the bodies of both of them to Sadar Hospital for post-mortem. Samad Ali, the head of Ilami gram panchayat, has said that the entire family has come on the road due to the accident. He has demanded from the administration for compensation to the kin of the deceased and housing from the government scheme.
Earlier in Madhya Pradesh a person had set himself on fire
Earlier, in Indore district of Madhya Pradesh, a 45-year-old man set himself ablaze by allegedly pouring flammable material on himself in front of the police late on 19 September in a land dispute. 41 percent of the scorched person was admitted to the hospital. A police officer gave this information on Monday. Superintendent of Police (Rural) Bhagwat Singh Virde said that Bhanwar Singh (45) and his accomplices were quarreling with the people of the other side over the ownership of a land in Simrol area, about 40 km from Indore, late on Sunday night. He said that a sub-inspector traveling in a police patrol vehicle tried to pacify these people by going to the spot.
According to Virde, the accused, who were quarreling even at the behest of the sub-inspector, did not agree and as the dispute escalated, Bhanwar Singh allegedly set himself on fire by spraying inflammable material. Superintendent of Police said that 41 percent scorched person has been admitted to Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital in Indore. An officer of Simrol police station, quoting the FIR lodged by the sub-inspector, said that the accused abused the sub-inspector and thrashed him with sticks, causing injuries to his back, shoulder and wrist.