On Wednesday, a fire started at a RO plant in the Pratapnagar neighbourhood of Vadodara, Gujarat, according to news agency ANI.
According to the news agency, four to five shops were completely destroyed by the flames as the fire spread to nearby stores.
A firefighting attempt to put out the flames was in progress with five fire tenders stationed nearby. According to the news agency’s report, there have been no injuries or casualties.
Five gas cylinders placed in different rooms exploded on Tuesday as a result of flames that appeared to have been caused by firecrackers bursting from an Ahmedabad ‘chawl’ or tenement. However, there were no casualties noted.
In addition, a government official told PTI that as many as 57 fire calls were made from various parts of the city on Monday after Diwali.
A separate incident on the outskirts of the city destroyed an auto parts store in a fire that was most likely started by firecrackers.
In Vadodara, a furniture store and a plywood business were destroyed, and a locked apartment in Surat caught fire. On the night of Diwali, there were numerous reports of burn injuries caused by firecrackers in Gujarat.
Despite state governments placing a broad ban on the storage, sale, and use of all kinds of firecrackers, numerous fire accidents were recorded from all around the nation on Monday. On Tuesday, there were also other reports of firecrackers destroying homes and businesses.
Tuesday’s enormous fire at Naharlagun Daily Market, which is close to Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh, destroyed over 700 stores. There were no casualties, according to PTI. Hours were spent fighting the blaze by three fire fighters.