Fire erupts in Shehla Raza’s Sindh Secretariat office

By Anum Rizwan - Web Editor

13th September, 2019

A massive fire, which broke out at Sindh MPA Shehla Raza’s office in afternoon has been extinguished.

Two fire-brigade vehicles performed the fire extinguishing operation at the office and chamber.

Barrack number 91 has been totally burnt, according to the fire brigade officials.

Shehla Raza’s office is located in the Old Sindh Secretariat, which caught fire. Official records, documents and data of Shehla Raza and Abdul Bari Pitafi has also been burnt.

Shehla Raza and her staff were not in the office at the time of the fire so no causalities have been reported. .

The fire erupted because of short circuit, official sources said.


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