The massive fire in Delhi’s Malviya Nagar is still not put out and the rage has forced Indian Air Force to join in the rescue efforts.
It is said that an Mi-17 helicopter was seen making sorties to pour water on the raging fire.
The fire meanwhile is said to have been classified as the “highest category” blaze in the national capital in recent times.
It is said that the fire started around 5 pm on Tuesday in the warehouse at Khirki Extension.
It is said that so far 80 fire engines were sent and firemen were at work all night to stop the blaze from spreading to neighbouring buildings including a school.
Thick black smoke rising from the fire was visible from much of south Delhi.
Sources informed that thirteen buildings in the vicinity including the school and a gym have been evacuated for safety.>