Fire Breaks Out in Footwear Factory in Delhi

New Delhi: A fire broke out in a footwear factory in Delhi’s Narela industrial area on Monday evening. Delhi Fire Service chief Atul Garg said that they received a call about the fire incident at 8.18 pm after which 14 fire tenders were rushed immediately and pressed into service.Also Read – Delhi: Water Supply In National Capital to Remain Disruptive from Today | Details Here

Deputy Commissioner of Police, Outer North, Brijendra Kumar Yadav informed that the factory belongs to Mukesh Gupta who has rented out its first and second floors to Vivek who runs the factory of making PVC soles in the name of V.K. Enterprises in which some chemicals are also used. “There were 10 workers in the factory and all have come out safely,” he said. Also Read – Pre-pone Summer Vacations: Delhi Parents Association Demand Amid Sweltering Heatwave

As the factory was using some chemical compounds, people in the vicinity of the building complained of itchy eyes. The fresh incident comes barely three days after 27 people were killed in a major fire at Delhi’s Mundka. Also Read – Demolitions in Delhi: ‘80% of Delhi Illegal, Will You Destroy All of It’, Arvind Kejriwal to BJP

(With agency inputs)

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