The fire at Narela is still burning, but it is expected to be put out soon.

Fire broke out in Delhis Narelas plastic granulation factory last night . Fire was contained late last night, but the fire caught up again because water wasnt reaching the small pockets in the factory .

New Delhi (India), May 15: On Sunday morning, the operation to douse the fire that broke out in Delhi's Narelas plastic granulation factory last night continued this morning, but the fire was contained late last night, but the fire caught up again because water wasn't reaching the small pockets in the factory, according to the official.The building is likely to be monitored in the next 2 to 3 hours because the columns bend due to the heat.The fire was completely put out at night, but it was still burning in a small hole in the building, which was creating smoke.Due to this, the fire began again and took the same form.We were unable to enter the building.

According to divisional fire officer AK Sharma, the virus is expected to be controlled in the next 2-3 hours.The official said that the small pockets and the steepness of the factory are causing problems in the construction, which is why we are unable to enter the building from inside due to the building's extreme heat.We are having problems with the project due to the small pockets and the steepness of the structure, he said.Water is not allowed to enter the actual seat of the fire.You can see that we dubbed this hydraulic platform vehicle so that if there is a person trapped inside, his life can be saved.

Sharma also confirmed that two more water tenders are required on the fire site.After the fire, 22 fire tenders were rushed to the site at night, mainly because of the fire.Two more vehicles are coming because police will have to keep three vehicles in service.According to the agent, they've requested more vehicles for reinforcement.

Firefighters arrived on the spot and classified it as a medium-category fire.No one has been arrested, according to the SK Dua Fire Department last night.