New Delhi : The flames of the massive fire that broke out in Delhi’s Mundka area are being felt across the capital. Several hours after the accident, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached the site of the incident with his Lashkar on Saturday morning.
During this he spoke to the concerned officials and took stock of the situation. After understanding the current situation, CM Kejriwal ordered a magisterial inquiry into the accident.
Along with this, Chief Minister Kejriwal also announced compensation for the families of those killed in the accident and for the injured.
During this, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia was also present along with the CM. Let us inform that in this accident, the owner of the factory, Varun and Harish Goyal’s father Amarnath have also died of burns. He died in the hospital.
Delhi Mundka Fire CM Arvind Kejriwal Ordered Magistrate Investigation 10 Lakh Compensation
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached the site of the incident at around 11 am on Saturday. During this he inspected the site of the incident. The CM inquired about the prevailing situation from the officials. Expressing his condolences to the dead, Chief Minister Kejriwal has spoken of getting their bodies DNA tested to identify them.
CM announced compensation
Announced a compensation of Rs 10 lakh each to the families of those killed in the Mundka accident. Apart from this, he also talked about giving an assistance amount of 50-50 thousand rupees to the people injured in this accident.
Kejriwal said that whoever is found guilty behind this accident will not be spared
Let us inform that, at least 27 people died in a fire in a four-storey building located near Mundka Metro Station in the western area of Delhi on Friday evening. 19 people are said to be injured in this accident. Some of them are in serious condition.
According to the police, the fire started from the first floor of the building where the office of the company manufacturing CCTV cameras and routers was located. How terrible the fire was, it can be gauged from the fact that 30 fire tenders reached the spot to control it.
According to media reports, the fire was brought under control around 11 pm. However, many bodies have been so badly burnt that it has become difficult to identify them. However, the CM has said that they will be identified through DNA test and the guilty will not be spared.