27 people died in a fire in a building in Delhi’s Mundka. More than 10 people are still injured. Rescue operation is still going on and 30 to 35 people are feared trapped.
Today, among the people who came to work in this building, there are many people who have not returned home. In search of him, his family members are looking for him in different hospitals. In all the hospitals around the place where the fire broke out, people came to find their relatives, but they were not told by any hospital or police administration what condition their family members are in or where to find them.
One such 17-year-old girl, Moni, who reached Sanjay Gandhi Hospital in search of her elder sister, even after 12 hours of fire, Moni could not know where her sister is and in what condition. There are many people like Moni, who are making rounds of different hospitals to find their siblings or children.
A missing report has been written by the police, but no concrete information has been given to anyone yet.
This fire in Delhi has shaken the capital today and on the other hand, the reason for the fire in the building is not clear, but the police has arrested the owner of the company in which the fire broke out.
Here, Delhi Home Minister Satyendar Jain revealed that the Mundka building that caught fire on Friday did not have NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the fire department. Specifically, a fire NOC is issued after verifying that a building is fire resistant or unlikely to observe fire-related accidents. Confirming this in an exclusive conversation with Republic TV in the early hours of Saturday, Jain said that so far 27 people have died in the fire. Meanwhile, divisional officer of fire brigade Satpal Bhardwaj told reporters that people could not come out of the premises as there was only one staircase.
Satyendar Jain told Republic TV, “It doesn’t look like the ground floor has been damaged, but everything above has been burnt.” “The fire department has told me that it does not have a fire NOC,” he said.
Earlier, the AAP leader told the media, “This is a very sad incident. The 4-storey building that caught fire was near the Delhi Metro station. The fire brigade got a call at 4.40 pm. Most of our vehicles had reached by 5 pm. A total of 30 fire tenders were pressed into action. They doused the fire. 27 people have died and all the bodies were found on the second floor.”
Delhi Fire: Home Minister made a shocking disclosure; ‘There was no fire NOC in Mundka building’
The AAP leader elaborated, “I just went upstairs. It is very hot and everything has burnt and turned to ashes. Therefore, I cannot confirm that no more dead bodies will be found. Everything light up when it cools down.” Will come in. All 4 floors have been searched.”
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