Jammu, March 31 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, seventeen cattle were charred alive in Rajouri district.
Officials said the cattle were charred alive after a mud house was gutted in a fire in Manjakote area of the district overnight.
They said that the fire erupted during intervening night of March 30-31 in a mud house of Tazeem Akhtar, widow of Mohammad Inayat, at Panjgrain Thanda Pani, W. No 5, in Manjakote, resulting in the charring alive of two buffaloes, 15 sheep and 10 hens.
However, there was no human loss in this incident, they said.
A police officer said a case has been registered and the cause of the fire is being ascertained.