Five people, including a student, were killed in a madrasa in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur. The incident happened in the madrasa in the madrasa named Tahrif Darrul Qur’an Itifakiyah at 5:40 pm local time on Thursday.
Khabur Dahman, Director of the Fire and Rescue Department of the BBC, Kuala Lumpur, confirmed the number of casualties in the media. He said that 23 students were killed in the fire.
The remaining two madrassas warden. He said, ‘I think in the last 20 years it is the country’s most tragic fire accident. We are investigating the cause of the incident. ”
But the age of the deceased students was not confirmed. The children who are taught Quran in this kind of boarding school are aged 5 to 18.