Fire breaks out in a slum near Delhi’s Kalindi Kunj area

Fire breaks out in the Madanpur Khadar area, near Kalindi Kunj in Delhi, in the early hours of today. Six fire-fighting vehicles were dispatched to the scene and the fire was brought under control. Delhi Fire Director Atul Garg said the situation was now under control. No casualties were reported in this accident.
New Delhi: Fire breaks out in the Madanpur Khadar area near the Kalindi Kunj metro station in the nation’s capital earlier in the day. Six fire brigade vehicles were dispatched to extinguish the fire. The flames of fire were visible from afar. Most people were sleeping soundly when the fire started. The area is believed to be one of the capital’s many Rohingya refugee camps. There are no reports of any casualties in the fire incident.

Firefighters said the situation was under control
Delhi Fire Department Director Atul Garg said the situation was now under control and the operation to extinguish the blaze was underway. The cause of the fire in this slum is not yet known. The incident comes a day after a massive fire broke out on Saturday morning at an exhibition hall in Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar central market district. In Lajpat Nagar, Delhi firefighters sent 30 tenders on site to extinguish the blaze.
The fire quickly spread to nearby exhibition halls. In
In fact, after a while, a fire broke out in a clothing showroom in the central market area, it spread to several nearby showrooms. According to firefighters, the fire broke out around 10:20 a.m. The fire was brought out after about four hours. The cause of the fire could not be determined. According to the Delhi Fire Department, there were no casualties in the massive fire in the exhibition hall of Lajpat Nagar Central Market.

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