Delhi Building Collapse in Bhajanpura: 3 Children Die, 13 Injured; Arvind Kejriwal to Reach Spot
Delhi building collapse. (Photo Credit: Twitter)

New Delhi, January 25: In a sad incident, an under construction building collapsed in Bhajanpura area of the national capital on Saturday. Reports claim that a coaching centre was being run in the building. Initial reports claim that three children and a teacher were dead and 13 others are being treated at the nearby hospital. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is on his way to the spot where the incident took place. Meanwhile, the rescue operation is underway.

Following the report of building collapse, seven fire units if the Delhi Fire Service were push for rescue operation. Also, emergency services like ambulances have reached the spot. Along with the local people, fire fighting officials are trying to rescue the trapped people. Initially it was stated that seven students were injured in the incident, while several others are feared trapped. However, with time reports arrived that four children died.

Here's  a tweet by a journalist:

Delhi Fire Services Official, Trapped and Later Rescued in Peeragarhi Factory Fire, Succumbs to Injuries.

Here's the ANI tweets:

Earlier, a four-storey building collapsed in Northeast Delhi's Seelampur area Monday night, with fire officials fearing that several people are trapped under the debris.