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    A fire in the furnace oil sector results in a Rs 5 million loss.

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    A fire has erupted at a furnace oil factory in Katahari rural municipality-4 of Morang district, according to local authorities. According to industry, a fire broke out at Global Bio Energy Industry around 5:30 a.m. on Wednesday at the facility. The oil industry had been creating oil by refining used automobile tires for some time.

    Global Bio Energy Industry operator Binit Singhania stated that fire began about 5:30 a.m. and was eventually brought under control in the late afternoon or early evening. According to Singhania, the industry was shut down at 2 a.m. on Wednesday, and everyone had left their jobs by then. “However, we are still perplexed as to how the industry took fire.” It is possible that an electrical short was source of the incident, which is estimated to have inflicted a of Rs 5 million to sector. The particular nature of the loss, on the other hand, has not yet been determined.

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    It was possible to get fire under control thanks to the efforts of the locals, as well as police, armed police, the army, and the fire brigade, who responded immediately. It has been brought under control, according to Morang Police Spokesperson DSP Deepak Shrestha, by fire brigades from all security agencies as well as from Biratnagar to Kanepokhari and from Rangeli to Duhabi and from Urlabari to Biratnagar.

    Similarly, police said that it was difficult to control the fire in the oil-producing industry, and it is thought that the fire was sparked by a short in the electrical system.


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