Fire Breaks Out At A Factory In Delhi's Naraina: LIVE Updates

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A massive fire broke out at a factory in Naraina area of Delhi on Thursday.

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

Update at 10:00 AM: 29 fire tenders present at the spot where fire broke out at a paper card factory in Naraina Industrial Area Phase 1

Update at 8:54 AM: A medium category fire broke out at a paper card factory in Naraina Industrial Area, Phase I, early morning today; Total 23 fire tenders engaged in fire fighting operations, no casualties reported

Update at 8:25 AM: Visuals of the spot where fire broke on Thursday morning. No casualties have been reported so far.


A massive fire broke out at a paper cards factory in Naraina area of Delhi on Thursday morning. Atleast 20 fire tenders are present at the spot as the efforts to douse flames continued. The incident took place around 7 AM in the morning. The cause of the fire could yet not be ascertained.

READ: Fire Breaks Out At Slum In Delhi’s Paschim Puri Area, Over 200 Huts Gutted

On Wednesday,  fire broke out in a slum in Delhi's Paschim Puri area in which atleast 250 huts were gutted. The cause of the fire was suspected to be a short-circuit. 26 water tenders were rushed to the spot and the injured were shifted to the hospital. The incident created commotion, people were forced to spend the night on the roads in the cold.

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