A fire that broke out at the Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) kitchen market in Gulshan-1 has been brought under control.
Twenty fire units brought the flame, which started around 5:48am, under control at 8:35 am on Saturday, said the duty officer of fire service Mizanur Rahman.
No casualty was reported in the fire. Fire service officials said most of the shops at the tin-shed kitchen market were gutted in the blaze.
The reason behind the fire could not be known immediately.
The market was gutted by a devastating fire on 3 January in 2017, causing a part of it to collapse. No one was killed or hurt in that blaze but over 300 shops were gutted.