Hyderabad: Two e-bikes catch fire as batteries explode
Hyderabad: Two electric bikes caught fire as their batteries exploded while charging in Kushaiguda of Hyderabad on Monday.
The incident occurred under the limits of Kushaiguda police station. However, no one was injured.
T. Haribabu said he had recently purchased two electric bikes. He kept both the bikes on charging in front of his house around 4 p.m. An hour later, he heard a loud explosion and came out of the house to see both the two-wheelers engulfed in flames. He tried to put off the flames but by then both had completely gutted.
The fire also spread to nearby electric wires. On being alerted by locals, a fire tender rushed there and extinguished the fire
This is the second incident in Hyderabad in three days. A person was injured when the battery of an electric bike exploded in the NGO colony of Vanasthalipuram on Saturday.
The incident occurred when Koteshwar Rao turned the switch on to charge his parked bike, but it exploded. He suffered burn injuries on his hands and other parts of the body. He was admitted to a hospital.
Hyderabad: Two e-bikes
These are the latest in a series of such incidents in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. A house was gutted when an electric bike caught fire while it was being charged in Siddipet district of Telangana on June 8.
An electric bike burst into flames in Hyderabad on May 11. There were no casualties.
A man was killed and three others injured when the battery of an electric two-wheeler exploded in their house at Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh on April 23.
Earlier on April 19, an 80-year-old died and two others injured when an electric bike kept on charging burst into flames when they were asleep at their house in Telangana’s Nizamabad town.
Concerned over the increasing incidents of electric two-wheelers catching fire, the Centre recently formed an expert panel to inquire into the matter.
Four Moist Sympathisers Held For Possession Of Explosives, Plotting Arson
Mulugu/Hyderabad, June 1 (Maxim News): The Wazeedu police apprehended four individuals and confiscated a cache of explosive materials on Wednesday.
Star Hospital To Inaugurate A Cancer Center In Hyderabad On June 3
Hyderabad, June 1 (Maxim News): One of the prominent hospitals in the city, Star Hospitals will inaugurate its state-of-the-art cancer centre at its Nanakramguda branch in Hyderabad on June 3 at 5 pm.
Intensity Of Rivalry In Congress Further Depend In Warangal
Warangal/Hyderabad, June 1 (Maxim News): The intensity of rivalry among factions in the district Congress further deepened in Warangal, on Wednesday with the former MLC and senior Congress leader Konda Muralidhar Rao issuing a stern warning to his rivals, cautioning them against approaching his activists and threatening them with severe consequences.
Noted Industrialist Paidi Rakesh Reddy Joined BJP
Hyderabad, June 1 (Maxim News): Noted Industrialist Paidi Rakesh Reddy has joined BJP in the presence of the Telangana Affairs In-Charge Tarun Chugh. Rakesh Reddy was invited to join the party wearing a saffron khandwa.
Green Signal For Survey Of Two Superfast Railway Line In Telugu States
Hyderabad, June 1 (Maxim News): Minister for tourism and Culture, G. Kishan Reddy informed that the Railway Board has given green signal to the survey of two superfast railway lines (bullet trains) in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and also decided to complete the survey within six months.
Now you can get latest stories from Indtoday on Telegram everyday. Click the link to subscribe. Click to follow Indtoday Facebook page and Twitter and on Instagram. For all the latest Hyderabad News updates