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Hundreds of stall owners families lives shattered in the fire accident occurred in Nampally exhibition on Wednesday night. More than 200 stalls burnt in the fire broke out. When the fire broke out the stall owners with their families and team members ran out of the premises by leaving their shops. When they returned to the stalls after the fire doused by the fire tenders, they were crying looking at their stalls. Lakhs of worth property gutted in the fire broke out and they are crying thinking about their fate.

Petty business families from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal and Jammu and  Kashmir as a routine business every year came to the exhibition and opened their stalls. As the local, national and international visitors visit to the exhibition and business happens in crores, many petty business families installed their stalls to get profits.

But due to the fire accident their investment



gutted before their eyes and they incurred huge losses. Each stall owner incurred minimum Rs 7 lakh loss in the accident as their products and articles turned as ashes. The stall owners crying by saying that they their lives ruined in the fire broke out.

The stall owners by taking loans for high interest rates and some of them by mortgaging their gold ornaments invested in the business and installed their stalls to get profits and better their livelihood financially. But the fire broke out within 45 minutes incurred huge losses in lakhs and shattered their lives.They hired the workers and came to do business in numaish.

Some of them having tears in their eyes said their future is in doldrums and not getting idea what to do now and how to live. They are urging the Telangana state government to save their families by announcing financial help as they lost everything in the accident.



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