Fire broke out in the factory of illegal fireworks in Sector-5 in Bawana industrial area of outer Delhi, Saturday evening. 17 people were killed in the accident. The number of dead can also increase. The women are also included in the dead. The dead bodies were not identified till the news was written, and relief and rescue operations of the fire department and police personnel were continuing on the spot. At present, the reasons for the fire have not been ascertained.
It is stats that there is a fire due to the reason of smoking cigarettes inside the factory. The police is denying the possibility of a fire from a short circuit. The Police is investigating the case against the Factory owner by registering a case against them with negligence. Shahbad Dairy Police Station is investigating the matter. The dead bodies were sent to the hospital for post-mortem According to Rohini district deputy commissioner Rajneesh Gupta, in the evening at 6.20 pm, a fire in the factory number F-83 of the sector 5 was reported. The fire was on the first floor of the factory.
On this incident PM Narendra Modi posted a tweet on his twitter handle and condole for this accident.
Deeply anguished by the fire at a factory in Bawana. My thoughts are with the families of those who lost their lives. May those who are injured recover quickly: PM @narendramodi
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) 20 January 2018
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also posted a tweet around 49 minute before that ‘Reaching Bawana’. Now Arvind Kejriwal may take place the accidental place and find the culprit of this accident. We think Delhi CM wants to say so in their tweet.
Reaching Bawana …
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 20 January 2018