Delhi tragic incident, four-storey building caught fire

New Delhi: A four-storey building caught fire in Harinagar in west Delhi today i.e. After the fire, 22 people were evacuated. This information was reportedly given by the Delhi Fire Service. In fact, fire officials say that the fire broke out due to some fault in the seven electric boards. There was no casualty in the accident.

The incident is said to have taken place around 3 am. There was a call to report the fire and two fire department vehicles were immediately sent to the spot. According to the information received, Delhi Fire Service Director Atul Garg has also issued a statement in the matter. He says seven electric meter boards installed in the four-storey building caused the fire and smoke spread across all floors.

He has also said, "Our personnel evacuated 22 people from the residential building. The fire was minor, but smoke had spread everywhere. All the people have been evacuated from there. Well, this is not the first case. Accidents have been reported from several states today and several accidents have also occurred, which are with shocking figures.

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