Delhi Fire News: A fierce fire broke out in the card board factory of Bawana Industrial Area
A fire broke out in a card board factory in Bawana industrial area in outer Delhi on Sunday morning. On arrival on the spot 14 vehicles of fire brigade department are trying to control the fire. No casualty has been reported so far in the accident.
According to the information received, the fire is on the first floor of the factory. The cause of the fire has not yet been ascertained. There is a possibility that the fire may have occurred due to a short circuit, but will be revealed only after a clear investigation. Fire officials also say that the reason for the fire may be a short circuit, but it is difficult to say anything now. The fire is currently under control.
At the same time, according to the Fire Department officials of Delhi, a fire incident was reported in the said factory in H block of Sector 2 at around 8 am on Sunday. After this, fire engines were dispatched to the spot. Fire extinguishing is in progress. Hopefully, the fire will be contained soon.
Major incidents of fire in Delhi
In December 2019, over 45 laborers were killed in a massive fire in a four-storey factory running illegally on Rani Jhansi Road.
On June 13, 1997, while watching the border film, Delhi’s Upaz cinema was set on fire. 59 people died in it.
On November 20, 2011, 14 people were killed in a fire in Nandangari area during the event
In January 2018, an illegal fireworks factory in Bawana was set on fire, killing 17 people.
On 11-12 February 2019, a fire broke out at Hotel Arpit in Karol Bagh, killing 17 people.