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Delhi: Fire Breaks Out At Vikas Bhawan In ITO

Five fire tenders were rushed to spot and the blaze was brought under control.

Delhi: Fire Breaks Out At Vikas Bhawan In ITO
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Delhi: Fire Breaks Out At Vikas Bhawan In ITO
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2019-03-11T13:39:20+05:30

A fire broke out on the sixth floor of Vikas Bhawan near ITO in central Delhi on Monday, Delhi Fire Service (DFS) said.

The DFS received a call about the fire at around 12.10 PM.

Five fire tenders were rushed to spot and the blaze was brought under control, Atul Garg, Chief Fire Officer said.

A technical snag in one of the air conditioners led to the fire, he said adding no injury or casualty has been reported.

PTI

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