Fire in Delhi: Fierce fire broke out in the electronic factory located in Okhla Phase-1, 16 fire tenders on the spot

Pankaj Prasad
Fire broke out in the electronic factory
Fire broke out in the electronic factory

According to the information received, the fire broke out in an electronic factory.

A fire has been reported in Delhi's Okhla Phase-1. According to the information received, the fire broke out in an electronic factory. On receiving information about the arson at around 3 pm on Sunday, 16 fire tenders are engaged in controlling the fire. 

At present, it is not known how the factory caught fire. Although some people say that the arson is due to short circuit. But it is yet to be officially confirmed. 

According to fire brigade personnel, no one was burnt or injured in the incident. The fire broke out on the third and fourth floors of the factory, whose area is around 250 square yards. 

Let us inform that earlier on Saturday there was a huge explosion in a shop in Sadar Bazar area. The explosion was so tremendous that a large part of the shop was razed to the ground. A shopkeeper was killed in the accident, while four others were injured. Initially, there was talk of LPG cylinder bursting in the shop, but the police did not find any cylinder or other such item from the shop, which could cause an explosion. After investigation, the police said that it seems that the explosion was caused by the bursting of the water pipeline.