Massive fire in Delhi’s electric vehicle parking, around 100 vehicles burnt to ashes, see photo

Incidents of fires in electric vehicles have gained momentum in India. Fires in electric vehicles have been reported from one corner of the country in the past few months. The latest incident is from Delhi, where around 100 vehicles have been burnt to ashes due to a fire in an electric vehicle parking lot. The fire department brought this massive fire under control in time and the good thing is that no human damage was reported in this incident. There were also several non-electric vehicles in this EV parking lot.

NDTV’s accordingThe incident is from Delhi’s Jamia Nagar, where a fire broke out in the parking lot of Jamia University’s metro station on Wednesday morning. The fire was so severe that it took seven fire tenders to extinguish it. SI of Okhla Vihar police station. Giving information, Fateh Chand said that 10 cars, one motorcycle, two scooties, 30 new e-rickshaws, 50 old e-rickshaws had caught fire in the metro parking.

The publication further said that the news of the fire was also reported late Tuesday night in the Ministry of Home Affairs located in North Block of Delhi. According to the fire department, they got information about the fire around 12.18. After getting information about the fire, 7 fire tenders were dispatched to the spot. After which the fire was brought under control in about half an hour.

This is not the first incident of fire. At the end of last month, in Ather Energy’s showroom fire incident The reason behind this was the electric scooter. No one was hurt in this accident, but there was a lot of damage to the showroom. The company had confirmed that the accident was caused by a fire in the electric scooter.

Earlier in Hero Electric’s Photon electric scooter there was a fireA video of which was also shared on social media. In this, the rear part of the scooter was seen completely destroyed. In this incident, a statement was also issued by Hero Electric that the cause of the fire was a short circuit in the socket.

At the same time, in the last few months, incidents of fire in electric scooters of brands like Ola Electric, Pure EV, Okinawa, Jitendra EV have also come to the fore, for which a government investigation is also going on.<!–