The major fire that broke out in the godown in Mundka on Thursday is now under control, said fire department.
A fire officer told ANI that 35 fire tenders were engaged in bringing the fire under control, in which two firemen sustained minor injuries.
"Thirty-five fire tenders were engaged in the fire-fighting operation. The fire is under control now. Two firemen have sustained minor injuries," the fire officer said.
Earlier, a waste godown caught fire at Mundka Swaran Park on Thursday morning.
On January 20, 17 people were killed in a fire at a firecracker storage unit in Bawana area in New Delhi.
Of the 17 killed, 10 were women. A man and woman were also injured.
A Delhi court on Wednesday sent the owner of the firecracker storage to five-day police custody.