A level three fire was reported at Indraprastha Shopping Centre located in Borivali West, Mumbai on Saturday. The incident was reported at around at 3.05 am. The fire escalated to level 4 at around 6.16 am. However, no injuries have been reported due to the incident so far. Fire-fighting operation is being carried out at the site, according to Mumbai Fire Brigade (MFB). At least 14 fire tenders were reported to have rushed to the spot to put out the fire.
According to the MFB, the fire is confined to the basement of the ground plus two-storey shopping complex.
P Rahangdale, chief fire officer, MFB said, “There are ten small engine lines in operation in the basement and one small line on the first floor. We are also using exhaust blower for the operation.”
Last month, a fire incident was reported at the Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait office in south Mumbai’s Nariman Point area. In another incident, a level-two fire broke out in a few shops at Mumbai’s iconic Crawford market last month. Nobody was reported injured in the incident, a fire brigade official said.