No less than two individuals were killed in a blast at India’s premier ordinance factory here on Thursday.
As per media reports, the blast happened around 9.30 AM when “rejected ammo” was being moved.
A few people were harmed in the blast.
Military experts are directing examinations at the blast site in which there was no harm to any structures in the foundation, IANS announced refering to an official explanation.
The sufferer have been distinguished as Ashok Kashinath Dubal, 51 and S. Maria Rokh, 47, both neighborhood inhabitants in Khadki, the announcement said.
The ordinance plant, one of the most established such production lines in the nation, is situated in Khadki in Pune.
The factory makes different night warfare things like pyrotechnic ammo, for the security powers.
The facility began fabricating these things since 1920s.