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7 Buses set on fire at Nankheda bus stand amid lockdown in MP’s Ujjain

8 fire brigade trains rushed to the spot immediately after the fire was reported.

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In MP’s Ujjain, a incident came into light in which 7 parked buses were set on fire on Thursday morning. The 7 buses have completely destroyed. The incident has not been disclosed now. The fire brigade team controlled the fire at the bus stand immediately.

It is reportedly said that some miscreants sprinkled petrol on buses and set them on fire.

The movement of buses is still closed due to lockdown. Inter state buses plying from Nankheda bus stand in Ujjain have been closed for about two and a half months.

It is speculated that an unidentified crook set fire to these buses in the morning. As soon as the fire started, he quickly engulfed the buses. In view of this, many buses were hit. The whole sky was filled with flames and smoke.

In a moment, the buses were destroyed. Only the structure remained standing.

8 fire brigade trains rushed to the spot immediately after the fire was reported. In Ujjain, there was light rain at night. Fire brigade personnel who were extinguishing the fire say if there was a short circuit due to rain, a bus would have been on fire. But the way the buses are burnt together seems to be clear that the fire has been set up. Nankheda police station is just 100 steps away from the bus stand, said the fire brigade team.

The buses have been plotted to be sprayed with petrol and set on fire. The case will be soon disclosed after a police investigation.

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