A spokesperson for the Reserve Bank told Central Bank News that the fire broke out on Sunday evening on the ground floor of the Delhi branch. The office was empty at the time and no one is thought to have been injured. The spokesperson said that little damage was done to property or records either.
Local media reports said the fire service brought the blaze under control within half an hour of receiving a call from local security
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