Incidents of fire in industrial bases in Delhi are not stopping. After the death of 50 people in the fire in Grain Mandi area, now the Kiradi godown is on fire and so far 9 people have died, while many people have been burnt. It is learned that security equipment was not in place to stop the fire in the warehouse. Police had earlier been reported to have a cylinder burst in the house, but later a fire was confirmed in the warehouse. The cause of the fire is not yet known. Police and investigation team are investigating the case. After the fire was reported, the team of fire brigade reached the spot and controlled the fire after much effort. Delhi Police received information on PCR Police said that we got the news of the fire through PCR call. According to the police, a fire was reported in the first house, but when we arrived, we saw that there was a fire in the warehouse.
Incidents of fire in industrial bases in Delhi are not stopping.
Some people were sleeping in the warehouse at the time of the fire. All those injured in the incident have been admitted to the nearby Sanjay Gandhi Hospital. Lack of security measures in the warehouse Police said that security measures were not taken at the warehouse. There was no safety equipment to extinguish the fire and there were only one step to get out of the warehouse. According to the information so far, women are also among the dead. People at the scene say that there is a warehouse at the bottom of the four-storey building where the fire first started. All of the dead were sleeping on the upper floor during the fire. Declaration of compensation After the incident, the Delhi government announced compensation in the afternoon. The government will provide Rs 10 lakh to the family of the people who lost their lives in the accident. At the same time, one lakh will be given to the injured. On behalf of the Delhi government, Satendra Jain said that there will be an SDM level investigation in the case. The cause of the accident will be ascertained within seven days.