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Satpura Bhawan Fire Successfully Controlled by CISF and Army Joint Operation

  • Posted on June 13, 2023
  • News
  • By Kanupreet Kaur
Major fire at Satpura Bhawan in Bhopal on Monday.

In a Swift and coordinated response, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and the Indian Army joined forces to successfully extinguish a massive fire that broke out at Satpura Bhawan, a prominent government building in Madhya Pradesh.


The joint operation carried out with utmost efficiency and bravery, prevented the fire from spreading further and ensured the safety of all occupants.


The fire at Satpura Bhawan, located in the heart of the state capital erupted in the early hours of the morning, quickly engulfing several floors of the multi-story building.


Thick smoke billowed out, causing panic among the people inside and creating a challenging situation for the local fire brigade. Recognizing the urgency and magnitude of the situation, the CISF and the Indian Army were immediately summoned to the scene.


The CISF is responsible for providing security to important government installations, while the Indian Army is well-equipped the handle emergencies and disaster management operations.


 In a Swift and coordinated response, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and the Indian Army joined forces
Bhopal: Firemen douse fire that broke out on the third floor of Satpura Bhawan, a building housing offices of various departments of the Madhya Pradesh government, in Bhopal, Monday, June 12, 2023. (PTI Photo)

Upon their arrival, the brave personnel from both forces swiftly assessed the situation and devised a well-coordinated plan to bring the fire under control. Armed with specialized equipment, including fire extinguishers, hoses, and breathing apparatus, the joint team launched a full-fledged operation to combat the raging inferno.


Despite the intensity of the fire and the challenging conditions, the CISF and Army personnel demonstrated exceptional bravery and professionalism. They worked tirelessly, battling the flames from both outside and inside the building, ensuring that no part of the structure remained unattended.


Their relentless efforts paid off, as the fire was finally brought under control after several hours of relentless firefighting. The combined expertise and resources of the CISF and the Army proved crucial in containing the blaze and preventing it from spreading to nearby buildings.


The swift response and successful extinguishing of the fire at Satpura Bhawan have been attributed to the exceptional training and preparedness of the CISF and Indian Army personnel. Their ability to coordinate seamlessly during challenging situations reflects their commitment to ensuring the safety and security of the nation’s critical infrastructure.


The joint operation carried out with utmost efficiency and bravery, prevented the fire from spreading further and ensured the safety of all occupants.
Major fire at Satpura Bhawan in Bhopal on Monday.

The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, along with other government officials, expressed their gratitude and appreciation to the CISF and the Indian Army for their prompt and effective response.


Investigations into the cause of the fire have commenced, and authorities are committed to determining the circumstances that led to the incident.


Meanwhile, the focus remains on assessing the damage caused by the fire and initiating the necessary steps for the restoration and rehabilitation of Satpura Bhawan.


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