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Fire Breaks Out At Kumbh Mela

The fire broke out around 6 PM and fire fighters extinguished it with minutes, police said.

Fire Breaks Out At Kumbh Mela
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Fire Breaks Out At Kumbh Mela
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2019-01-20T08:22:04+05:30

Another fire broke out at Kumbh Mela's camp on Saturday. Officials said there were no reports of any injury to anyone.

The fire broke out around 6 PM and fire fighters extinguished it with minutes, police said.

A few pieces of furniture were damaged in the incident.

The 2019 Kumbh Mela commenced on January 15 on Makar Sankranti. Mahashivratri on March 4 will mark the last bathing day. More than 12 crore people are expected to take part in the event over the next 50 days.

(PTI)

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