Fire at Chair Plant in Lucknow: On Sunday morning, a massive fire broke out in a chair plant located in the sixth mile of the Madiyav police station area in Lucknow. Goods worth lakhs of rupees got destroyed in the fire. As soon as the information about the incident was received, seven fire tenders reached the spot.
After hard work, the fire brigade personnel have brought the fire under control. According to the information, there is no news of any casualty in the incident. At the same time, the cause of the fire is not yet known.
UP Massive Fire at Chair Plant in Lucknow
Due to the fire in the plant, intense flames started rising. Seeing this, the people around informed the police and the fire control room. Seven vehicles of the fire department reached the spot. The fire was brought under control after two hours of hard work. According to the local people, the factory was running illegally.
The fire was brought under control after two hours of effort.
According to Inspector-in-Charge Madianv Manoj Kumar Singh, a fire was reported at 7 o’clock in the plastic chair plant behind the sixth-mile site oxygen plant. As soon as the information was received, the police reached the spot and took the local people away from the factory. The fire department team doused the fire. According to the information, the fire was brought under control by 9.30 pm.
Mother and son scorched in the fire.
Earlier, in a village in Sultanpur district, on Friday night, due to a short circuit in the house, the mother and son who were sleeping inside the room were burnt to death. The death of mother and son created a stir in the village. The police are busy investigating the matter. Subrata (50), a village resident, was sleeping in the room after having dinner with her son Suraj Yadav (20). The fire broke out in the room late in the night due to an electrical short circuit. The mother and son died of burns due to the fire.
The matter is of the entire Raghuveer Majre Sukhbareri village of the Dhanpatganj police station area in Sultanpur district. According to the police officer, a fire broke out in Kanhaiya Lal’s house in Sukh Baderi village at around 3 pm on Friday, due to which the mother and son sleeping in the house came under fire, and both died on the spot.