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Minor fire in Potu in Srivari temple

Tirumala, Dec 8 (UNI) A minor fire broke out inside the boondi Potu in Srivari temple here on Sunday.
There was no property loss and it was only a minor fire accident, said Srivari temple Deputy Executive Officer Harindranath in a release here.

Elucidating the incident he said the ghee tin slipped out of the hand of a Potu worker, while he was pouring ghee into the boondi fryer-Bandli, causing cascading of fire.

The fire was put off by the fire services staff with assistance of other technical workers within half an hour. There has been no injury to any one and also no loss of property, the DyEO reiterated.

"However as a result of the incident the entire Potu and its surroundings were cleaned up and the production of boondi on 20 stoves commenced after a small break thereafter," he added.
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