Fire in plastic factory in south Delhi, one person critically injured
A 47-year-old security guard suffered critical burn injuries in a fire in a plastic factory in south Delhi on Friday, Delhi Fire Service (DFS) said.
New Delhi: A 47-year-old security guard suffered critical burn injuries in a fire in a plastic factory in south Delhi on Friday, Delhi Fire Service (DFS) said.
The incident was reported around 7.45 am from Naraina industrial area.
A fire service official said 12 fire tenders took around one and a half hours to douse the flames.
Security guard Jitender Kumar from Bihar suffered burn injuries while he was cooking food on the ground floor of the three-storey factory.
"Jitender Kumar was rushed to Safdarjung Hospital with 70 percent burn injuries," the official said.
The former Punjab CM had been questioned in 2018 by the previous SIT probing the matter. He had then said the investigation was 'politically motivated' and an attempt to defame him
Arvind Kejriwal added that the Delhi government is preparing for the third COVID-19 wave by making arrangements for beds, ICUs, oxygen production and storage, and medicines
Officials said the fire started around 4.15 pm due to a short circuit and was completely controlled by 5 pm