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New Delhi , 27 April (H.S.). With the increase in heat, the incidents of fire in Delhi are increasing continuously. The latest case is from Chirag Delhi area of ​​the capital. A sudden fire broke out in a car scrap godown in Swami Nagar here. As soon as the information was received, 15 fire tenders reached the spot and after a lot of effort, the fire was brought under control. No casualties have been reported in the incident. Police is probing the cause of the fire.

According to Fire Department Director Atul Garg, at 3:55 am on Wednesday, information was received that a fire broke out in the car scrap warehouse located at Chirag Delhi. After this 15 fire tenders were sent. The fire was extinguished after a lot of effort. There is no report of any casualties in this incident. However, many old vehicles in the godown were gutted. Not only this, the fire engulfed many nearby shops. A lot of stuff has been destroyed by this.

It is noteworthy that a DTC green bus had caught fire near Shanti Van on Tuesday. After that a fire broke out in the mobile shop located in Lajpat Nagar of Amar Colony. Soon the fire had engulfed some nearby restaurants and dhabas.

By evening, a fire broke out on the third floor of the Transport Bhawan located on Parliament Street. A massive fire broke out at the Bhalswa landfill site when firefighters were able to douse the fire.