Delhi Mundka Fire: A major fire broke out in a three-storey building near Mundka metro station in the capital Delhi. So far 26 people have died in this incident. It is being told that this incident happened around 4.40 pm, after which the relief and rescue work is going on continuously. At the same time, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has expressed grief over this accident.
‘I am hurt by the incident’
Arvind Kejriwal wrote on Twitter, “Shocked and hurt to learn about this tragic incident. I am constantly in touch with senior officials. Our brave firefighters are doing their best to douse the fire and save lives. God everyone Do good.”
‘My condolences to the families’
At the same time, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain has also expressed grief over this incident of fire. He said, “A huge fire broke out in a building near Mundka metro station. Fire brought under control, 20 bodies recovered. My condolences to the families.”
Tragic fire in a building near Mundka Metro station. Fire dosed, 20 bodies recovered. My condolences to families.
— Satyendar Jain (@SatyendarJain) May 13, 2022
people jumped to save their lives
Sunil Chaudhary, Deputy Chief Fire Officer, Delhi Fire Service said that some people jumped from the building, who have been admitted to the hospital. At the same time, 26 people have lost their lives in this accident.
Company owner arrested
Outer Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Sameer Sharma said that preliminary investigation has revealed that the three-storey commercial building houses the offices of the companies. According to the DCP, the fire started from the first floor of the building where the office of the company manufacturing CCTV cameras and routers is located. Police said that the owner of the company has been arrested by the police.
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