Bhopal: More than 100 shops gutted in fire in Bairagarh complex, no casualties reported

More than 100 shops were gutted in a fire which broke out in a shopping complex in Bhopal's Bairagarh on Sunday.

FP Staff December 17, 2017 16:10:03 IST
Bhopal: More than 100 shops gutted in fire in Bairagarh complex, no casualties reported

More than 100 shops were gutted in a fire which broke out in a shopping complex in Bhopal's Bairagarh on Sunday, ANI reported.

#Visuals from #MadhyaPradesh: Fire fighting operations underway at the shopping complex in Bhopal's Bairagarh where a fire broke out gutting 100 shops. 20 fire tenders and an Army vehicle at the spot. pic.twitter.com/93qCDkaZED

No injuries or casualties have been reported.

Around 20 fire tenders have arrived on the spot and are taking stock of the situation.

The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained, ANI reported.

According to India Today, army vehicles and jawans reached the shopping complex and joined the firefighters in the operation.

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