Delhi Fire – A fierce fire started on Sunday morning in Grain market area of Rani Jhansi Road in Delhi, burning the happiness of many families sleeping in deep sleep to ashes. The fire broke out at around 4:30 am on Sunday morning in the sixth floor of a building in Grain market, where an illegal bag-making and packing factory was run. In a few hours, the flames engulfed the workers sleeping in the factory. The fire was so fierce There was a ruckus all around.
Delhi Fire News
This morning 43 people died in a fire near a factory near the grain market in Delhi. Many people are still hospitalized. Fire brigade on reaching the spot controlled the fire and the search operation has also ended. The fire was in the fourth and fifth floors of 3 buildings connected to each other. The owner of the factory is named Rehan, who lives in the Sadar Bazar area. Police are conducting raids to arrest him.
At present, the police has detained the brother of the factory owner. At the same time, the team of NDRF has also investigated on the occasion. This building, built in 600 yards, has cloth bags, plastic work and bindings on all four floors.
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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who reached the spot, expressed regret over the accident and said that a judicial inquiry has been ordered in the matter. Along with this, he announced 10-10 lakh compensation to the families of the deceased and 1-1 lakh help and free treatment of the injured.
At the same time, the BJP has announced to provide Rs 5 lakh to the kin of the deceased and Rs 25-25 thousand to the injured. On behalf of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also announced assistance of Rs 2 lakh each to the kin of the dead and Rs 50 thousand to the injured.
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At the same time Delhi Fire Service (DSF) Chief Atul Garg said, “The building was not given fire clearance by the DSF”. He further added, “No building equipment used for fire prevention has been found in the building”. Atul Garg has given this statement to ANI regarding this incident that happened near the grain market.
AAP’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh said, “If a factory was running illegally in a house, it was the responsibility of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi to close it. How did MCD allow the factory to run?