New Delhi: The fear of increasing diseases for the past several days, the chain of accidents is creating a situation of innocence among innocent people, every day somewhere, some such news comes out, every day. Due to these news of death, panic is being filled among the people. Every day, there is only one question in everyone's mind from these increasing news whether it is safe to live in their homes now or not, and how long the continuation of these news will continue. At the same time, a huge fire broke out in a shoe-slipper factory in Keshavapuram area of Delhi. As soon as the incident was reported, 23 fire engines reached the spot and after hours of effort, the fire has been controlled.
According to information received from sources, a fire broke out in a shoe-making factory in Keshavapuram area of northwest Delhi on Tuesday morning. An official of the Delhi Fire Department said that no casualties were reported in the incident so far and the cause of the fire was also not known. Delhi Fire Department Director Atul Garg said that the fire was reported at 8.34 am, after which 23 fire engines were sent to the spot. According to the information, this factory was being run illegally.
It has been learned that the media was prevented from doing coverage, due to which the factory owner also shouted to the media persons. Despite the lockdown, the factory was running illegally here.
Delhi: Operation to douse the fire, which broke out at a footwear factory in Keshavpuram area, underway by the fire fighters. 23 fire engines are present at the spot. More details awaited.ANI