So far 43 people have died in the fierce fire that started in Delhi’s Anajamandi area in the early hours of Sunday. It is being told that the packaging and bag making factory located in the narrow streets caught fire due to short circuit. Delhi Police says that most of these people died of suffocation. Most of the people who died are said to be from UP and Bihar. President Ramnath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal have expressed grief over the incident. Meanwhile, the Delhi government has announced that it will give compensation of Rs 10 lakh to the kin of the deceased and Rs one lakh to the injured. On the other hand, Delhi BJP President and MP from North East Delhi Manoj Tiwari visited the spot. He then said, ‘This is a sad incident. According to preliminary information, a fire has occurred due to a short circuit.
So far 43 people have died in the fierce fire that started in Delhi’s Anajamandi area in the early hours of Sunday.
BJP will provide financial assistance of five lakh to the family of the deceased. At the same time, the injured will be given Rs 25,000. An information from the fire service said that information about the fire was received at 5.22 am, after which 30 fire engines were sent to the spot. He said that the factory in the residential area had more than 50 people at the time of the fire. Fire brigade officials said that many people trapped due to the fire have been taken out and taken to RML Hospital and Hindu Rao Hospital. The Delhi government has sought a report within seven days, ordering an inquiry into the fire incident in a factory in the grain market area on Sunday. Delhi Revenue Minister Kailash Gehlot directed the District Magistrate (Central) to conduct an inquiry and report within seven days. Police have taken the building owner’s brother into custody. According to the police, the owner of the building is a resident of Sadar Bazar, Delhi. The search for the factory owner continues.