A massive fire broke out in a factory in Delhi’s Mundka Industrial Area on Sunday morning. The city’s fire department sent 35 fire tenders to douse the blaze.

A fire engine of the Delhi Fire Service. (File photo by Sanchit Khanna/ Hindustan Times)

Visuals show firemen trying to control the massive blaze with water cannons.

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Efforts are underway to douse the fire. So far, there is no information about any casualty.

More details are awaited.

Delhi and its surrounding areas are witnessing an increased number of fire-related accidents due to intense heat.

On Saturday, a fire broke out in Ghaziabad’s Tronica City industrial area. The fire had engulfed a packaging factory in the city, adjacent to the national capital.

Around 24 fire tenders brought the blaze under control.

“At the time of the fire, three employees were present in the factory, who were evacuated safely,” Chief Fire Officer (CFO) Rahul Kumar told ANI.

He told the media that the fire had spread on the upper floors of the Tronica factory.

“The fire, due to winds, had also spread to the nearby factories, after which fire vehicles were called from nearby districts. Water tankers were also taken from the municipal corporation to douse the fire,” he said on Saturday.

This is a developing story.

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