Bhagiradha reported fire accident at Ongole (AP) site in India

Bhagiradha reported fire accident at Ongole (AP) site in India

1:07 PM, 11th August 2011
Bhagiradha reported fire accident at Ongole (AP) site in India

 

HYDERABAD, INDIA: Bhagiradha Chemicals & Industries Ltd has informed Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) that on August 10, 2011, a major fire accident occurred at production block III at the factory site of Bhagiradha Chemicals located at Ongole, Andhra Pradesh resulting in loss of two lives and damage to property. The company is currently determining the extent of damage and impact on operations.

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