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Massive Fire at Rohingya Camp in Delhi Affects Over 200 Refugees

The Delhi Police are currently investigating the cause of fire.

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A massive fire broke out at a Rohingya refugee camp located in Kalini Kunj area in New Delhi. The fire reportedly broke at 3:30 am on Sunday, 15 April, and was brought under control by 7:40 am by 11 fire tenders.

According to the fire department, 50 shanties in the area have been burned down, affecting 228 people. While no major injuries or casualties have been reported, a man named Vikas reportedly sustained minor injuries.

The Delhi Police are currently investigating the cause of fire.

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