Fire broke out in Delhi''s Kamla Market in the late hours of Monday, taking into its grip around 100 shops.
According to the Fire department, it received a call at around 1:00 a.m. regarding the fire at the Cooler Market area, and sent nine fire tenders at first and more vehicles later, when fire could not be doused.
No casualties are reported as of now. Cause of fire is not known yet.
"There was fire at three different places. Fire has been doused. The cooling operation is still in progress. Around 50 shops are involved in this. No injuries have been reported. At least 30 fire engines are at the spot," Deputy Chief Fire Officer Virendra Singh said. (ANI)