Fire breaks out in mobile repair shops in Delhi’s Karol Bagh

NEW DELHI: A fire broke out in two mobile repair shops in Karol Bagh’s Gaffar Market on Saturday, fire officials said. According to the officials, they received information about the fire at around 11.50 pm following which five fire tenders were rushed to the spot.

Fire breaks out in mobile repair shops in Delhi’s Karol Bagh

It was found that two mobile repair shops which were operating from a basement had caught fire. iStock

New Delhi, April 20

A fire broke out in two mobile repair shops in Karol Bagh’s Gaffar Market on Saturday, fire officials said.

According to the officials, they received information about the fire at around 11.50 pm following which five fire tenders were rushed to the spot.

It was found that two mobile repair shops which were operating from a basement had caught fire.

The blaze was brought under control at around 12.20 pm and no casualty had been reported, they said, adding that further details were awaited. PTI

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