Fire at Union Bank Jhabua, documents turn into ashes

Upon receipt of information, police reached the place and informed the firefighters who rushed to the spot and doused the fire.

FP News ServiceUpdated: Sunday, July 10, 2022, 08:45 PM IST
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Jhabua (Madhya Pradesh): A fire broke out in the Union Bank of India branch in Jhabua city early on Sunday morning. It is suspected that the fire broke out at 6:00 am, but according to residents, the building must have been burning already as they witnessed smoke much earlier.

Upon receipt of information, police reached the place and informed the firefighters who rushed to the spot and doused the fire. All documents and furniture of the bank turned into ashes due to the fire.

Jhabua Kotwali police station-in-charge Sanjay Rawat said that the reasons behind the incident are still unknown. However, the police administration will further investigate the matter. The damage caused by the fire will be known only after the statement of the bank manager and other staff.

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