Fire Breaks Out At Mumbai’s Sanjay Gandhi National Park

Mumbai, 30th November 2022: A fire broke out at Mumbai’s Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) on Tuesday night. An official stated that continuous efforts are being made to control the fire. Talking to the news agency PTI, the official said the fire broke out around 10 pm. To extinguish it, four vehicles of the fire department, three jumbo tankers, and many other means were sent to the spot for help. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. More information in this regard is awaited.


The Mumbai Fire Department informed that on November 15, a fire broke out at a footwear showroom in Chembur. According to reports, no one has been reported injured in the incident. The fire broke out at Shivashish Complex in Chembur at around quarter to eleven in the night. The basement of the complex is used as a warehouse to store goods by a footwear company.


The Sanjay Gandhi National Park is one of the many famous tourist places in Mumbai. It is spread over an area of 103.84 square kilometres. Located in Borivali, Mumbai, this park is considered one of the few major national parks in Maharashtra. Sanjay Gandhi National Park is home to many rare and endangered species of animals. There are also all kinds of trees and plants here. Various types of animals are present in the park, like sambar, Indian fox, langur, rhesus macaque, bonnet macaque, black-nape, mouse deer, porcupine, palm civet, spotted deer, and barking deer. Tourists coming here also get a chance to see crocodiles and pythons in Tulsi Lake.