Srinagar- Forest fires broke out at two locations in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Thursday, officers stated.
The fireplace was introduced underneath management by the personnel and equipment of the Forest Division and the Hearth and Emergency Providers, they stated.
Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) Kulgam, Syed Waseem Gull, stated the fireplace incidents had been reported from Pranhal and Chimber areas of the south Kashmir district within the night.
Gull stated mopping workouts have additionally been carried out to keep away from the recurrence of the fireplace.
The officer appealed to the individuals to not take inflammable materials close to forests and to make sure that flames are utterly doused after finishing the train of creating charcoal.
The Forest Division has issued an advisory warning of the heightened danger of forest fires in Jammu and Kashmir resulting from steady dry climate.
“With dry winter situations and elevated human exercise in forested areas, the potential for devastating blazes is critical which might trigger lack of life and property, injury to soil fertility, biodiversity, and local weather patterns and well being hazards,” the division stated.
“Don’t burn leaves, bushes, grass, stubble and particles close to forest areas,” the advisory stated.
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