Delhi Fire: People jumped down to save their lives from a building surrounded by fire in Mundka

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27 people died due to fire in the building near Mundka metro station in the national capital, the situation in the building, the owner of the company was taken into custody

New Delhi:

27 people have died in a terrible fire that broke out in a commercial building in Mundka, Delhi. While 46 people were injured. A massive fire broke out in a building near Mundka Metro Station in West Delhi on Friday evening. After the fire, many people jumped from the building to save their lives. There was no fire exit in this building. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain has told that the fire NOC of the building was not taken.

A fire broke out in a three-storey commercial building located near Mundka metro station in the western area of ​​the national capital on Friday evening. So far 27 people have been confirmed dead in this accident. Police said that more than 50 people have been safely evacuated from the building.

According to fire department officials, they received information about the fire at 4.45 pm after which more than 30 fire tenders were sent to the spot. The fire started near pillar number 544 of Mundka metro station.

The fire broke out in the office of the company that made the CCTV cameras and routers on the first floor of the building, but in no time it engulfed the entire building. Several feet high flames were seen from the three-storey building and firefighters had to struggle a lot to douse the flames amidst the horrific smoke.

The owners of the company have been taken into custody by the police. Harish Goyal and Varun Goyal are the owners of this company. Police is looking for building owner Manish Lakra. Delhi Police’s Outer DCP Sameer Sharma has given this information.

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain tweeted at 10.50 pm that the fire has been brought under control.

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