A huge fire broke out in an oil well in Assam, NDRF team deployed


An oil well of Oil India Limited has caught fire in Tinsukia district of Assam. A huge fire broke out today due to gas and condensation coming out of the well here. Oil has been leaking from IOC oil wells here for the last 13 days. After the fire, a large swath of black smoke can be seen here. After receiving information about the incident, Chief Minister Sarvanand Sonowal spoke to Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and the NDRF has been deployed here. Top Assam officials are present at the spot and are reviewing the situation.





According to information received, a team arrived from Singapore on Monday, specializing in extinguishing the fire at the well. Team experts have been sent here and are helping to contain the fire. Explain that this oil well is in Bagjan Tinsukia, about 500 kilometers from Guwahati. This was preceded by an explosion on May 27. The fire has polluted paddy, lakes and wetlands in a nearby farm village. This fire is constantly growing, which has increased the fear.





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The fire is still raging in Tinsukia, Assam, after 14 days. Oil India Limited's well in Tinsukia has caught fire after a blast. A team of experts has arrived from Singapore to control the fire.





The fire in Tinsukia in Assam is still uncontrollable after 12 days
A team of experts arrived from Singapore to contain the fire
A fire broke out in the well of Oil India Limited after a blast
Notably, a team of 3 experts has reached Tinsukia from Singapore. The fire has become uncontrollable due to gas leakage from the explosion. Due to which around 3 thousand people have been taken to the relief camp. A fierce fire broke out after the May 27 blast. Which is still uncontrollable.





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Those within a kilometer and a half of the natural gas well have been evacuated. On behalf of Oil India Limited, financial assistance of Rs. 30,000 has been announced to each affected family.