New Delhi: A fire broke out in a factory in the Kirti Nagar industrial area of the national capital, late Thursday-Friday. During this, the fire took a very formidable form and engulfed three companies. It is being told that the fire was so severe that a heavy contingent of fire brigade had to be sent to the spot. Now the fire has been brought under control and the cooling operation is going on. According to the information received in this case, the Delhi Fire Brigade received information about the fire in Kirti Nagar Industrial Area through a phone call at around 1.50 pm after midnight.
In fact, the caller informed the fire brigade that a fire broke out in 7/16 Kirti Nagar Industrial Area. At the same time, after getting information about this matter, the fire brigade squad reached the spot. During this the fire was so severe that the fire brigade had to send 12 fire tenders to the spot. This heavy squad of fire brigade also had to work hard for hours to control the fire. At the same time, 12 fire brigade fire brigade have brought the fire under control after hours of hard work and the cooling operation is still going on at the spot. It is being told that the fire started in the manufacturing and printing unit of the cloth bag maker. Yes and the fire was so huge that three factories came under its grip.
The manufacturing and printing unit of the cloth bag maker as well as a furniture factory and a factory of rough materials of fabrication also came under fire. All these factories are spread over an area of about 500 square yards. So far no casualties or injuries have been reported in this incident. At the same time, investigation is being done to find out the cause of the fire.