Fire station on palace premises

Mysuru Palace Board has agreed to provide space for the Fire and Emergency Services Department to establish an exclusive fire station on the palace premises.

Deputy Commissioner D Randeep, who is also the executive officer of the board, in a communication to the Director General of Police and Director General (DGP&DG) Fire and Safety, has agreed to provide space for the office and also to station a vehicle.

The three rooms on the first floor of a building in Bidadi Block will be given for the office, the board has agreed for stationing of a Fire and Emergency Services vehicle near Karikallu Thotti gate.

The fire station will be established on the lines of the stations in Vidhana Soudha, Raj Bhavan, M S Building, and Karnataka High Court in Bengaluru.

A few months ago, a ticket counter was destroyed in a fire accident at the palace gate.

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