Major fire breaks out at crockery factory in Delhi’s Hamidpur

A massive fire broke out at a crockery factory situated in the Hamidpur area of Delhi on Thursday evening. No casualities have been reported so far.

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As many as 23 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the fire. (Image credit: ANI)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Massive fire broke out at crockery factory in Hamidpur area of Delhi
  • As per the report, no causalities have been reported
  • Around 23 fire tenders reached the spot to douse the fire

In a horrific incident, a major fire broke out in a crockery factory in the Hamidpur area of Delhi on Thursday evening. As per the reports, no casualties have been reported.

Immediately, the fire brigades were called to manage the situation. Around 23 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the fire.

However, the Divisional Officer, Delhi Fire Service, SK Dua, revealed that the factory had not taken a NOC from the concerned department to establish the factory.

As per ANI, Dua said, "23 fire tenders are engaged in the dousing operation. It’s a godown of different things. They have not taken NOC from the fire department nor do they have any system to douse the fire. No casualties have been reported so far."

In other news, a fire broke out in a parking lot in Delhi's Jamia area, burning several cars, e-rickshaws and two-wheelers to ashes.