New Delhi: A fire broke out in a restaurant at Baba Kharak Singh Marg in the national capital on Saturday afternoon. Four fire tenders are present at the spot. Also Read - ‘Without Any Means of Sustenance’: Horrific Tales of Stranded Migrant Workers in Delhi
A short-circuit is believed to have been triggered the blaze. However, the exact cause has not been ascertained yet. Also Read - Delhi Air Quality Improves Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Netizens Say 'Some Silver Lining'
Meanwhile, no reports of any injury or casualty have been received yet. Also Read - 'Have no Money': Despite Kejriwal's Assurance, Daily Wagers Leave Delhi
On November 15, a fire broke out in a factory in Bawana Industrial Area. Twenty-four fire tenders were pressed into service.
In a similar incident on November 12, a fire broke out on the first floor of Royal Plaza hotel at Ashoka Road. A call about the fire was received as 11.40 am and five fire tenders were rushed to the spot. The situation was brought under control by 1.30 pm. No casualties or injuries were reported in the incident.
In August, blaze erupted in the basement of The Ashok Hotel at Chanakyapuri. A call about the incident was received at 12.20 pm. The fire reportedly erupted in the hotel’s records kept in the basement and eight fire tenders were rushed to the spot. No one was injured.