Fire in Delhi: In the midst of the ever-increasing heat, the problem of fire has become common in the national capital Delhi. Recently, many people died due to fire in Mundka area of Delhi, while a fire incident has been reported in North Block of Delhi late on Tuesday night.
At present, no casualty has been reported in this incident of fire, the fire safety department has brought the fire under control. According to news agency ANI, it was told that the incident of fire took place in the Ministry of Home Affairs located in North Block. After which 7 fire brigade vehicles were sent showing speed from the fire department as soon as the information of the fire was received, which has brought the fire under control.
A fire broke out at North Block (Ministry of Home Affairs Telephone Exchange) at around 12.18 am today. 7 fire tenders hastened to the spot. The fire has been brought under control. No casualty has been reported so far: Delhi Fire Department pic.twitter.com/Iwu7BBTOE3
— ANI (@ANI) June 7, 2022
fire in telephone exchange room
It is being told that this incident of fire took place in the telephone exchange room of the Ministry of Home Affairs at 12.18 pm on Tuesday. Fire brigade officials said that they had received information about the fire from room number 82A, B of the Home Ministry’s telephone exchange in North Block.
Seven fire tenders reached the spot
According to an official of the Fire Department, as soon as the information about the fire was received, seven fire tenders reached the spot and the fire was brought under control. According to the fire department, the fire was brought under control at around 1.05 pm on Tuesday. As of now, there is no report of any casualty in this accident.
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