Following a fire that broke out on Saturday night at a tarpaulin manufacturing factory in the Narela Industrial Zone, north Delhi, the fire department said the firefighting operation was continuing.
ADO AK Sharma from the fire department said: “We cannot go inside. We extinguish the fire from the outside. It should be checked in the next 2-3 hours.”
Additionally, the Delhi fire chief on Saturday described the blaze at the Narela plastic granulation factory in the nation’s capital as a “medium category” fire, adding that no casualties had been reported so far. now.
A fire broke out on Saturday evening at a plastic granulation plant in the Narela area, north of Delhi. After getting the information, a total of 25 firefighters arrived on the scene, including a firefighter from Sky Lift to extinguish the blaze.
“We received the call about the fire in the Narela industrial zone at around 9:10 p.m. Firefighters arrived on the scene and declared it to be a medium category fire. reported,” said SK Dua of the fire department. ANI. Delhi police said the fire is now under control at the factory that made the tarpaulin.
Meanwhile, on Friday, a massive fire broke out in a four-storey apartment building in Mundka area, west Delhi, in which 27 people lost their lives. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited Mundka in Delhi on Saturday where a massive fire killed 27 people on Friday. The CM announced compensation of ₹10 lakh for the families of the deceased and ₹50,000 for those injured. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Interior Minister Satyendar Jain also visited the scene to oversee the rescue operations. In the meantime, a judicial inquiry had been ordered into this matter.
(With agency contributions)