Plywood-furniture manufacturing RR factory caught fire in Neemrana, a major industrial area of Rajasthan, on Wednesday morning. The whole factory was destroyed by fire. Crores of rupees have been lost. Smoke is visible all over the area. There were also chemical drums in the factory, due to which there was a big fire. Efforts are on to control the fire by calling all the fire tenders of the surrounding area. At the time of the accident, 200 workers were working in the factory, who ran out in time.
Neighbors said that smoke started appearing around 9 am on Wednesday. It was then that the factory was on fire. Within no time the fire spread to the entire factory. Immediately after this the factory owner and employees sent information to the police and the fire station. Fire brigade reached the spot, who are engaged in extinguishing the fire. According to firefighters, it may take several hours to douse the fire. Neemrana’s fire brigade has been damaged. Due to this, it took a long time for the fire tenders to arrive from Bhiwadi and Behror.
loss of crores of rupees
It is being told that this is a big factory for making furniture. There has been a loss of crores of rupees. However, how much damage has been done will be known only after the fire is extinguished. There is also the fear of getting hit by the nearby factories.
20 container goods was ready
The company’s production manager Jai Prakash told that the entire packaging material including about 20 containers of finished goods in this furniture maker was burnt to ashes. Due to the failure of all the three fire tenders of Neemrana area, the fire tenders had to be called from Behror. It took more time. During this, the whole factory was destroyed by the fire. He told that around 200 employees were working in the company in the morning. Everyone ran for their lives. Goods worth crores were burnt to ashes, but there has been no loss of life.