Explosion: 6 Dead, 59 Injured in Firecracker Factory Blasts in Madhya Pradesh

NewsExplosion: 6 Dead, 59 Injured in Firecracker Factory Blasts in Madhya Pradesh


At least 6 people have been killed and 59 others have been injured after a firecracker factory blast in Madhya Pradesh’s Harda, triggering numerous explosions, on Tuesday morning. According to reports, 60 houses located close to the factory caught fire in the Bairagarh locality of the Harda district. The administration has evacuated citizens of more than 100 houses amid continuous explosions in manufacturing facilities. Several people are feared trapped in and across the factory, Harda Collector Rishi Garg told a news agency 

3 dozen commuters and wheelers caught in Blast

The Blast on the Magardha Road manufacturing factory – 2 km from Harda city — which occurred at around 11 am, has, to this point, left around 25 individuals injured, lots of them critically. More than 3 dozen commuters and a huge number of -wheelers were additionally stuck in a fire in explosions.

According to Harda district collector Rishi Garg, no longer simply fire combatants, however ambulances and groups of medical doctors too are being referred to as from adjacent districts and Indore. NDRF and SDRF groups, too, are being rushed to Harda to speed up rescue operations. “So a long way, 20-25 people had been admitted to numerous hospitals in Harda and lots of them are said to be vital,” Garg stated.

6 killed and 59 injured in Firecracker Factory blast 

6 deaths have been confirmed and 59 others are injured. The injured are getting treatment in District Hospital and critically injured patients are being shifted to Bhopal and Indore”.

Following the explosion, the town was engulfed in black smoke, and fireplace brigades and ambulances had been pressed into service. Most of the ambulances and fireplace engines were from Harda, Betul, Khandwa, and Narmadapuram. According to the police, the cause of the Blast is presently unknown.

Doctors and an Ambulance have reached the spot. 

 Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Mohan Yadav spoke to the officials concerned and sought details of the incident, according to reports. The CM also directed Minister Uday Pratap Singh, Additional Chief Secretary Ajit Kesari, and Director General Home Guard Arvind Kumar to hurry to Harda by helicopter.

Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Mohan Yadav held an emergency assembly regarding the twist of fate. Yadav advised Minister Uday Pratap Singh, Additional Chief Secretary Ajit Kesari, and Deputy General Home Guard Arvind Kumar to visit the coincidence spot in a helicopter.

During the meeting chaired by CM Yadav, officers stated 14 medical doctors have been reached to Harda and whilst around 20 ambulances are reached at the spot, 50 more are attaining the spot. Medical schools in Bhopal and Indore and the firecracker factory of AIIMS Bhopal have been asked to make essential preparations to attend to the victims.


6 humans had been confirmed dead in an explosion that came about in a firecracker manufacturing facility on Tuesday morning in Madhya Pradesh’d Harda district. Confirming the variety of deaths, Harda collector Rishi Garg stated that over 59 others were injured in the incident. 

“The injured are becoming treatment within the District Hospital and significantly injured patients are being shifted to Bhopal and Indore,” stated Garg even as speaking to the newshounds.

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