Fire broke out in the building of MTNL (Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited) building in Bandra, Mumbai, in which no more than 100 people were stranded.
The Mumbai Municipal Corporation tweeted that all these were taken out safely.
In order to extinguish the fire, a fire brigade employee was knocked down and hospitalized in the hospital.
Fire Department also used robots to extinguish the fire.
Initially, there were about 100 people being stranded. About 45 people were taken out safely in the evening.
At 5.45 pm, 60 people were reported to be safely evacuated. On the night at 8.25 pm, the Mumbai Municipal Corporation informed about more than 100 stranded people being taken out safely. All these were being asked to come to the roof and from there they were brought safely down the crane through the crane.
According to an official, the fire department was informed of the fire at 03.08 AM and it took about three hours to control the fire.
There was a fire on the third and fourth floors of the nine-storeyed building, from which the soup of smoke was coming out.
To fire the fire, 14 fire engines were present on the occasion.
There is no information of any casualties so far.
(For BBC Android's Android app you Click here can do. You us Facebook, Twitter, Instagram And Youtube But also can follow.)