Factory closed, work stolen from five hundred workers

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Runes. Two units of the GPL factory were completely burned in the fire. Only one unit is safe. Work is not to be expected anytime soon due to major damage and destruction of machines, etc. As a result of the closure of the factory, the work of around five hundred workers has been lost. Now these workers are concerned about their livelihood.
The unit for the production of plastic granulate from raw materials is saved. About five hundred workers worked in the factory. 150 workers worked in two shifts in hot raw material cooling and thread production. Both units were destroyed by the fire. Raw and finished goods were also burned.
When they saw the factory burn because of a fire, the workers working here, Surendra, Kamlesh, Ramsjeevan and Nankhu, etc., were very disappointed. He said the factory was destroyed by the fire. Now it’s hard to say when the factory will start. The work was stopped due to the fire. Now the concern for the family’s livelihood is worrying.
The workers who came to work on the second shift returned disappointed
Runes. Many workers came early Thursday morning to work on the second shift. When they came here, the workers were stunned to see the factory burn with fire. From the gate itself, he kept watching the rescue work and the chaos of the fire brigade. He later returned home disappointed.
Resources full but lack of maintenance took a hit
Kanpur landscape. The resources to put out the fire at the Raipur factory were full. For this reason, fire NOC was also given. However, the lack of maintenance of resources and the disadvantage of their timely use gave a big blow. The factory has provisions for overhead water tanks, underground water tanks, hydrant pipes and stocking pipes, etc. However, due to insufficient maintenance of the equipment, the fire could not be brought under control immediately.
Factory workers would not be able to use these resources in the event of a fire. The fire brigade personnel who came to extinguish the fire were also found here and raw materials were stored on site. It took more effort to get the fire under control. Chief Fire Officer Surendra Singh said the factory manager had been warned twice in the past during the inspection to keep the vacant space. When the fire broke out, there was no immediate use of resources, which escalated the fire.
Media personnel scorched by flowing hot plastic
Runes. Media representatives also reached out after receiving information about the fire in the plastic thread factory. When Ashish Yadav, a resident of Rania, came to take a picture of the flames, his feet were scorched from the hot plastic. Colleagues sent him to a private hospital. There he was sent home after first aid.

Runes. Two units of the GPL factory were completely burned in the fire. Only one unit is safe. Work is not to be expected anytime soon due to major damage and destruction of machines, etc. As a result of the closure of the factory, the work of around five hundred workers has been lost. Now these workers are concerned about their livelihood.

The unit for the production of plastic granulate from raw materials is saved. About five hundred workers worked in the factory. 150 workers worked in two shifts in hot raw material cooling and thread production. Both units were destroyed by the fire. Raw and finished goods were also burned.

When they saw the factory burn because of a fire, the workers working here, Surendra, Kamlesh, Ramsjeevan and Nankhu, etc., were very disappointed. He said the factory was destroyed by the fire. Now it’s hard to say when the factory will start. The work was stopped due to the fire. Now the concern for the family’s livelihood is worrying.

The workers who came to work on the second shift returned disappointed

Runes. Many workers came early Thursday morning to work on the second shift. When they came here, the workers were stunned to see the factory burn with fire. From the gate itself, he kept watching the rescue work and the chaos of the fire brigade. He later returned home disappointed.

Resources full but lack of maintenance took a hit

Kanpur landscape. The resources to put out the fire at the Raipur factory were full. For this reason, fire NOC was also given. However, the lack of maintenance of resources and the disadvantage of their timely use gave a big blow. The factory has provisions for overhead water tanks, underground water tanks, hydrant pipes and stocking pipes, etc. However, due to insufficient maintenance of the equipment, the fire could not be brought under control immediately.

Factory workers would not be able to use these resources in the event of a fire. The fire brigade personnel who came to extinguish the fire were also found here and raw materials were stored on site. It took more effort to control the fire. Chief Fire Officer Surendra Singh said the factory manager had been warned twice in the past during the inspection to keep the vacant space. When the fire broke out, there was no immediate use of resources, which escalated the fire.

Media personnel scorched by flowing hot plastic

Runes. Media representatives also reached out after receiving information about the fire in the plastic thread factory. When Ashish Yadav, a resident of Rania, came to take a picture of the flames, his feet were scorched from the hot plastic. Colleagues sent him to a private hospital. There he was sent home after first aid.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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