Chandini Chowk fire in Delhi is still out of control and has caused significant structure damage.

Fire broke out in Bhagirath Palace market in Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi . 40 fire tenders are stationed at the site .

New Delhi, India, November 25: Delhi Fire Service Director Atul Garg said on Friday that the situation in the firefight in Old Delhis Chandini Chowk is not looking good and that a large portion of the building has been weakened.As of now, the situation isn't very promising.40 fire tenders are stationed at the site.By morning, the fire will be under lockout mode.

According to Atul Garg, the director of Delhi Fire Service, a large part of the building has been destroyed.On Thursday night, a massive fire broke out in the Bhagirath Palace market in Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi.The process of extinguishing the fire is ongoing.According to reports, about 40 fire tenders have arrived at the site and are attempting to inflame the flames.

He also announced that fire tenders and police are at the site and are working to bring the fire under control.The Fire Department has reported that more than 30 fire tenders have been put into service, one of which is an unmanned firefighter.The fire hasn't been tackled so far.Two floors have been cracked.

Dr Harsh Vardhan said the reason for the fire is unknown yet.The fire is being kept out of reach of nearby buildings, according to the former Union Minister.

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