Atul Garg, chief, Delhi Fire Service said a call regarding the fire was gotten around 10.40 pm on Sunday.

New Delhi: A significant fire broke out in a structure close to the Chandni Chowk metro station here, authorities said on Monday.

No setback has been accounted for up until this point, they said.

Atul Garg, chief, Delhi Fire Service said a call regarding the fire was gotten around 10.40 pm on Sunday.

He said six fire tenders were raced to the site at first. He said the fire call was subsequently moved up to serious and a sum of 40 fire tenders were shipped off drench the flares. In excess of 150 fire faculty were sent at the site.

Mr Garg said the fire was managed Monday morning.

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The reason for the episode is being discovered, he added.