Around twelve shops were gutted after a broke out at a market in Greater Noida (West) territory of Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Buddh Nagar on Thursday night, authorities said. The fire is suspected to have begun around 8.30 pm with a short out in a home machines shop and afterward spread to different outlets in the market, situated in Bisrakh police headquarters zone, the authorities said.Deputy Commissioner of Police, Central Noida, Harish Chander stated round 15 fire-tenders, together with two from Ghaziabad and one privately-operated, had been instantly deployed on the website.The fire is suspected to have started around 8.30 pm with a short circuit in a home appliances shop and then spread to other outlets in the market, located in Bisrakh police station area, the officials said.
Representative Commissioner of Police, Central Noida, Harish Chander said around 15 fire-tenders, including two from Ghaziabad and one secretly worked, were quickly conveyed at the site.
“The burst was controlled in around two hours. By all appearances the was set off by a short out in a shop of electronic things and in the long run overwhelmed different outlets in the market. There was no death toll,” Chander said.
The official said Fire Department’s specialized group is investigating the specific reason for the blast and the measure of harm brought about to the shops is yet to be found out.