According to the media reports, a fire that broke out at a cloth market in Nazimabad No 2 was extinguished by firemen after hours of effort.
There were no recorded casualties. However, several stores, trolleys, and kiosks were destroyed in the fire, resulting in losses of millions of rupees.
According to reports, the fireflames started among the booths set up in front of the stores in Chavla Market and soon expanded to consume several of the market’s establishments.
After receiving the information, six firefighting department trucks arrived on the scene and, after a frantic effort, brought the fire under control. The owners of the godown allegedly harassed firefighters and journalists present on the site.
According to rescue services, no one was killed or injured in the incident. The flames, on the other hand, turned valuables worth millions of rupees to dust. According to sources, the cause of the fire is yet unknown. According to the deputy commissioner central, the flames erupted at pushcarts in front of the market and quickly consumed the market.
The cooling procedure is now ongoing at the incident site.
Many incidents are being witnessed in the metropolis but unfortunately, no measures are being taken to prevent such dangerous mishaps.