LUCKNOW: A day before the Kumbh Mela begins, the fire broke out at a camp in Digambar Akhara at Prayagraj today. Nobody has been harmed in the fire, said security authorities present at the area. The fire was brought under control inside a couple of minutes, fire contenders told news organizations. Nearby reports recommend a chamber shoot prompted the fire. Around 10 ambulances and an air emergency vehicle were promptly sent to the spot. “No losses have been accounted for up until this point,” Nodal Officer, Disaster Management, Dr. Rishi Sahay let us know
“The fire has been contained and the zone is being cleared currently,” said a senior cop present at the site. Fire motors and National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) workforce are available at the site, ensuring that the fire does not spread.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered the fire officials to examine every one of the camps. He has additionally requested that the Mela organization give pay to the tents pulverized in flame and guarantee there is no rehash of the episode.
The Kumbh Mela is set to start in Prayagraj, once in the past called Allahabad, from January 15. More than 12 crore travelers are normal at the Kumbh Mela, portrayed by the UNESCO as the greatest “tranquil assembly of pioneers on earth.” The Mela is being sorted out in a territory of 3,200 hectares, twofold the zone of the last Kumbh, said Awanish Kumar Awasthi, Additional Chief Secretary, Information and Tourism in the Uttar Pradesh government.