A massive fire broke out at a factory in North Delhi's Roshanara road on Wednesday, causing extensive damage to the building. The blaze reportedly started in the early hours of the morning, and it took firefighters several hours to bring it under control.
According to reports, the factory was being used to manufacture plastic goods, and there were large quantities of raw material and finished products inside the building. The cause of the fire is not yet known, but it is believed to have been caused by a short circuit.
The fire spread rapidly throughout the building, and the entire structure was engulfed in flames. Thick smoke was seen billowing out of the building, and the fire could be seen from a distance.
No casualties were reported in the incident, but the factory suffered extensive damage. The exact extent of the damage is not yet known, but it is believed to be significant.
Several fire tenders were dispatched to the scene to bring the fire under control, and the firefighters worked tirelessly to prevent the blaze from spreading to nearby buildings. The fire was finally brought under control after several hours of intense firefighting efforts.
Fires in factories and other industrial buildings are not uncommon in India, and they often result in significant loss of life and property. The causes of such fires are often attributed to a lack of proper safety measures and inadequate fire-fighting equipment. The incident in North Delhi highlights the need for strict adherence to safety protocols in industrial settings to prevent such incidents from occurring.
Authorities are investigating the cause of the fire and are likely to take action against those found to be responsible for any lapses in safety measures. The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of proper safety measures and vigilance in preventing industrial accidents and ensuring the safety of workers and the public.