A minor fire broke out inside Kamala Mills compound in Mumbai’s Lower Parel area on Friday morning.
According to preliminary information, the fire broke out around 10 am in an establishment located near Tamasha Lounge in Victoria House inside Kamala Mills on Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Lower Parel.
At least two fire tenders were rushed to the spot initially and the fire was brought under control after a few minutes of firefighting.
“Fire broke out at Kamla Mill. The fire brigade and our police staff is on the spot,” Mumbai police tweeted.
No casualties have been reported as of publishing this report and further details about the incident are awaited.
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(12:22 pm): The fire was caused due to a short circuit at Victoria House and was brought under control before fire brigade officials arrived, a BMC official said, adding that no one was injured in the mishap.
The compound had witnessed a similar incident in July when a fire had broken out inside the B-Wing of Trade World building. The blaze did not result in any loss of life and was brought under control swiftly by the fire department.
Back in December last year, the Kamala Mills compound witnessed one of the most horrific fire-related incidents in recent time when a massive blaze engulfed two popular pubs, resulting in the death of 14 people and leaving over 50 injured.Back to latest news