New Delhi: A major fire broke out at the sixth floor of Parliament Annexe building in Delhi. According to reports, seven fire engines were rushed to the spot.

Media reports state that the blaze has been brought under control. The officials also said that a short circuit caused the incident took place.

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“A call was received at 7:30am and it is suspected the fire started following a short-circuit. The fire has been brought under control”, said Atul Garg, director, Delhi Fire Service.

The fire broke out in room number 6 of the sixth floor and the damage is confined to that room, reports stated.