Massive Fire in FICCI building in Delhi: The National Museum of Natural History destroyed

National Museum of Natural History

New Delhi: After the huge fire disaster in the State of Kerala, as we all have seen tragedy with the Kollam- based Putingal Temple, now most disastrous fire broke out in the FICCI building in New Delhi, and this has destroyed the National Museum of Natural History. The said fire broke out there in early on today, 26th April, Tuesday’s morning.

It is also seen that the teams to tackle with fire reached near the building, and while their operations, team of firemen faced their 6 men seriously injured due to the heat waves and huge flame, after they found injured, they were taken to the nearby located Ram Manohar Lohia Hosptal, and now there condition is said to be stable.

Soon the sun rises of Tuesday morning, Prakash Javadekar, the environment minister rushed towards the spot of incident for inspecting the location. Soon he reached the spot, the reporters surrounded him, and he then found stated that “this is tragic, the Natural History Museum is a National treasure… the loss cannot be counted in rupees,” it is notable that the said national importance museum was in existence since from the years back 1978 and it was exactly opened on 5th day of June that year.

Considering the heavy loss in the country, and now in the big museum, the said environment minister- Prakash Javadekar said that he has ordered a fire audit of thirty- five museums.

It is notable here, as to the incident, the said fire was seemed started at about 1:30- 2:00 AM and as to the reasons of which the said fire resulted, there is yet no word to explain it. As per the Police officials, the had started their investigation, and they also found stated till time that the fire started in the Top floor of the building, which is located at Delhi’s Lutyens’s Tansen Road. And this fire had spread rapidly to the other floors. Soon, the fire tenders got information, the 40 fire tenders rushed to the spot, as per fire officials and they won the battle of controlling the fire in two hours.

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