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At least 27 people were killed and 70 were injured in a large fire hitting a commercial building in Delhi

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At least 27 people were killed and 70 were injured in a large fire hitting a commercial building in Delhi

At least 27 people were killed and 70 were injured in a large fire hitting a commercial building in Delhi

Recently, fires are increasing in India as many building and apartment owners have enacted laws and are not in compliance with safety regulations. In March … 14.05.2222, Sputnik International

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Twenty-seven people were killed and 70 injured in Delhi after a massive fire broke out in a commercial building near Mundoka subway station on Friday afternoon. Satpal Bharadwaj, who was in charge of firefighting in Delhi, added that rescue operations are still ongoing (Saturday at 11:00 am). Bharadwaj said there were about 100 people in the building when the flames erupted. “There was only one staircase in the building, so people couldn’t get out,” Birdwaji added. Videos posted on social media and Indian news channels show that some people have tried to protect themselves from the flames. Also, many escaped using ropes hanging from the building. “More than 25 people were injured, including those who jumped from the building,” another firefighter, Sunil Choudhary, told the Indian daily The Times of India. On Saturday morning, two owners of the company where the fire broke out, Harish Goel and Varun Goel, were arrested. Their father, Amarnas Goel, was one of those killed in the fire. Manish Lakra, the owner of the building, who did not have a safety permit from the fire department, is avoiding justice, Sharma said. A fire broke out in the ground floor office of a company that manufactures surveillance cameras and routers, adding that the main reason behind the fire remains unclear. Meanwhile, Delhi chief Arvind Kejriwal has ordered an executive branch and announced rupees 1 million ($ 12,905) as compensation for the deceased’s family. “I’m shocked and suffering from this tragic event. I’m always in touch. [with] board member. Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences on Twitter and announced compensation. “I am very sad about the loss of life from the tragic fire in Delhi. My thoughts are on the bereaved family. I hope the injured will recover quickly.”

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Recently, fires are increasing in India as many building and apartment owners have enacted laws and are not in compliance with safety regulations. In March, seven people were burned to death after a major fire in New Delhi.

Twenty-seven people were killed and 70 were injured after a massive fire broke out in a commercial building near Delhi. Mandoca subway station Friday afternoon.
Satpal Bharadwaj, who was in charge of firefighting in Delhi, confirmed the number with reporters. Rescue activities It’s still in progress (Saturday, 11:00 am).

When the flames erupted, Baradwaji said there were about 100 people in the building.

“There was only one staircase in the building, so people couldn’t get out,” Birdwaji added.

Videos posted on social media and Indian news channels show that some people have tried to protect themselves from the flames. Many escaped using ropes hanging from the building.

“More than 25 people have been injured, including those who jumped from the building,” another firefighter, Sunil Choudhary, told the Indian daily The Times of India.

On Saturday morning, two owners of the company where the fire broke out, Harish Goel and Varun Goel, were arrested. Their father, Amarnas Goel, Was inside People killed in a fire.

Manish Lakra, the owner of the building, who did not have a safety permit from the fire department, is avoiding justice, Sharma said.

A fire broke out in the ground floor office of a company that manufactures surveillance cameras and routers, adding that the main reason behind the fire remains unclear.

Meanwhile, Delhi chief Arvind Kejriwal ordered an executive investigation and announced a million rupees ($ 12,905). Compensation for the deceased family.

“I’m shocked and suffering from this tragic event. I’m always in touch. [with] board member. Our brave firefighters are doing their best to control the fire and save lives, “Kejwar tweeted.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences on Twitter and announced compensation. “I am very sad about the loss of life from the tragic fire in Delhi. My thoughts are on the bereaved family. I hope the injured will recover quickly,” Modi said.

President Ram Nath Kovind, several state chiefs, and parliamentary leader Rahul Gandhi are one of several politicians who lament their death in a tragic event.

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