WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India
Jan 28, 2018, 07.13 AM
At least 30 houses and shops were reduced to ashes following a fire that broke out in Arunachal Pradesh's Dirang district on Saturday.
Over 100 civilians were rescued by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) from the blazing fire, which has now been completely doused following the fire, news agency ANI reported.
According to police officials, properties worth lakhs was saved following the rescue operations.
More than 30 houses & shops have been gutted in a fire which broke out in Arunachal Pradesh's Dirang earlier today. Over 100 civilians rescued by Indo-Tibetan Border Police; fire fighting & rescue operation continue pic.twitter.com/1H2F3xTQ20