New Delhi: Fire broke out at a chemical factory in Swaran Park, in Delhi’s Mundka, on Monday morning. Fifteen fire tenders were rushed to the spot. More details are awaited. Also Read - Domestic Flight Services Between Sikkim And Delhi Start After 1.5 Years | Details Here

Police have also reached the site, said a report. As of now, there is no information on the extent of damage or any loss of lives. Also Read - Petrol, Diesel Prices Rise Yet Again | Check Rates in Various Metro Cities

In a similar way, fire had broken out in Mundka last year as well and it had taken 22 fire tenders to douse it. Also Read - Delhi: Major Fire Breaks Out at Automobile Service Centre in Uttam Nagar

Only last month, after a massive fire broke out at Arpit Palace Hotel in Karol Bagh that claimed lives of 17 persons, Delhi Fire Service conducted a fire-audit at about 380 hotels across the central Delhi area.

The Delhi government had directed the fire department to inspect buildings which are five floors or more and submit a report on their safety compliance within a week.

“Based on the directives of the state government, we have formed six teams to carry out inspections in hotels and guest houses across Karol Bagh area,” Atul Kumar Garg, Chief Fire Officer said.