Delhi Fire: Order of Northern Municipal Corporation on Mundka accident, all buildings will be surveyed

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After the fire in the building of Mundka area of ​​​​the national capital Delhi, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation has ordered that all the buildings will be surveyed within 10 days.

New Delhi :

After the fire in the building of Mundka area of ​​​​the national capital Delhi, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation has ordered that all the buildings will be surveyed within 10 days. Survey of the buildings in which the factory is running. The order of the Municipal Corporation is that strict action will be taken against those who break the rules. Let us tell you, so far 27 people have died due to fire in the accident, in which most of the people have not been identified. So far 29 people are missing, including 24 women and 5 men. The fire official said that the relief work has been completed.

Significantly, a fire broke out in a three-storey commercial building located near Mundka metro station in the western area of ​​the capital on Friday evening, in which at least 26 people were killed and 12 others were injured. police gave this information. Police said that more than 50 people have been safely evacuated from the building. There is a wave of mourning across the country regarding the incident. The Prime Minister has announced compensation for the relatives of the deceased by tweeting. Along with this, many other big leaders like President Ram Nath Kovind, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Rahul Gandhi have expressed their condolences by tweeting.

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