Fire at tyre market in Delhi’s Karawal Nagar, fire tenders stuck in Jafrabad

There was a fire reported at the tire market in Karawal Nagar in northeast Delhi on Tuesday morning. But rescue efforts were thwarted as firefighters sent to extinguish fires in Jafrabad, which had violent protests on Monday.

The fire farmer asked for protection from the police before moving on. Officials say that although the fire started at 8:30 am on Tuesday, they still do not have knowledge about the damage and will be able to give comments only when the fire bidders reach the area.

PTI said seven people, including the New Delhi police chief, were killed in the violence on Monday and more than 100 were injured when citizens oppose civil action (edit) or the NCAA clash. Together in northeast delhi The affected city is between Jafrabad and Maujpur.

"We received 45 fire calls from yesterday until 3 am today. Three firefighters were injured. One soft fire sparked, "Atul Garg, director of northeast Delhi fire, said on Monday.

The center is currently observing New Delhi. Foreign Affairs Minister Amit Shah called for a second review meeting in 12 hours. He invited representatives of all political parties for the meeting. Deputy Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal are expected to attend. Also joined the meeting

At the same time, Kejriwal called an urgent meeting at his home that shuts MLAs and the area staff who were attacked with violence in New Delhi. "I am very worried about the situation that occurred in some parts of New Delhi. We should all work together to restore peace in our city. I ask everyone to avoid violence again, "Kejriwal tweeted.