New Delhi: A fire broke out at a shop located in Bhajanpura Market in the national capital on Saturday. At least eight fire tenders have been pressed into service to carry out the firefighting operations.

A short-circuit is believed to have been triggered the fire. However, the exact cause has not been ascertained as of now. No casualties or injuries have been reported.

A senior officer from Delhi Fire Service told PTI that a call about the fire was received at 3.29 PM.

In another incident on November 22, a fire broke out on the third floor of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India building on ITO road. No casualty was been reported.

A call about the fire was received at 9.10 AM. Four fire tenders and another vehicle were rushed to the spot. The fire was controlled by 9.30 AM, a senior Delhi Fire Service officer said.

Stationery items and furniture were damaged, the fire officer said.