New Delhi: A massive fire has on Friday broken out at a factory in Ghatkopar in Mumbai, Maharashtra. As per updates, the building in which the fire has broken out is located in Subhash Nagar, Khairani Road, Saki Naka area of Mumbai.
To bring it under control, a total of 15 fire tenders have rushed to the spot. However, the actual reason of the fire is yet to be ascertained. According to police, no casualty has been reported so far in the incident.
For the past month, Mumbai has been experiencing a number of fire incidents in different areas. On December 22 this year, a fire had broken out at Labh Shrivalli building in Vile Parle, West Mumbai. The reason of the fire was said to be a short circuit. In the incident, three to four people were rescued from the 7th floor of the building where the fire had broken out. Over 8 to 10 fire tenders had rushed to the spot to bring it under control.
Earlier this month, another massive fire had broken out in a building in the same area of Mumbai. Five fire tenders had rushed to the spot to bring it under control. No injury was reported from the incident.
Another fire had also broken out in the national capital earlier this month in which 43 people had lost their lives and over 60 people were injured. The fire had broken out in the factory in Delhi’s Anaj Mandi area.