Punjab

Fire at Trident Group's Budhni unit factory; Loss of over Rs 100 crore

Kuldeep Sood | April 07, 2021 08:28 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

Barnala: The fire at the Budhni (Madhya Pradesh) factory of the country's largest corporate house Trident Group is being brought under control. The fire has caused a loss of over Rs 100 crore while the exact figure will be known only after the fire is extinguished. 

Rupinder Gupta, Admin Head, Trident Group, Barnala, said that a fire broke out in the carton warehouse of the Budhni unit, which is being brought under control. Trident Group is one of the biggest names in the textile group in the country and employs around 20,000 people directly. As news of the fire at Trident Group's Budhni unit spread on social media, sympathetic messages started pouring in. Addressing the people on social media, Padam Shri Rajinder Gupta, MD of the group, said that with the blessings of all of you, the will power gifted by God is with us. God was kind and will be kind and this is the time of our trial. Trident is a great team and we will get our industry back on track before the monsoon. Working in the Trident Group, no worker will lose his job. 

 

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