Fire at ex-MP’s house in Warangal; four family members dead

Hyderabad (PTI): Four family members of former Congress MP S Rajaiah died in a fire incident at their house in Warangal district of Telangana in the wee hours today, police said.

“Four persons including Rajaiah’s daughter-in-law (S Sarika) and his three grandchildren, all boys, died in the fire incident,” a senior police officer told PTI, adding, all of them succumbed to burn injuries on the spot.

The fire occurred on the second floor of Rajaiah's house in Hanamkonda area of Warangal city where the members were staying. Photo courtesy: Twitter (ANI)
Asked on the cause of the fire and reports of cooking gas explosion leading to the mishap, the police officer said, “Most probably the fire was due to gas expolsion…it is too early to come to a conclusion…it will take some more time…there is no clarity.”

The fire occurred on the second floor of Rajaiah’s house in Hanamkonda area of Warangal city where the members were staying.

Warangal City Police Commissioner G Sudheer Babu and other police officers are at the spot for assessement of the situation. The fire has been brought under control.

Rajaiah, a former Member of Parliament from Warangal constituency is contesting the Warangal Lok Sabha bypoll scheduled on November 21.

Incidentally, a criminal case was filed against Rajaiah, his wife, son and another woman, at the Begumpet women’s police station here in April 2014, following a complaint lodged by Sarika, Rajaiah’s daughter-in-law, who had alleged that her husband and in-laws had been harassing her.

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