Mundka Fire: A major incident happened last Friday in Mundka area of ??Delhi. The whole of Delhi is in mourning due to the death of 27 people due to fire in an electronic warehouse, now the question is arising who is responsible for this incident. Taking action, the police have arrested Manish Lakra, the owner of the building, including two owners of the company. But how was commercial activity going on in the building like this. Couldn’t find the answer. Delhi Police has produced Manish Lakra in the court late on Monday evening and has taken him on two-day police remand.
According to Delhi Police sources, Manish Lakra told during interrogation that in the year 2011, Manish Lakra’s father Baljit Lakra had bought this build ing. Which was named after him in the year 2016. Its father Baljit Lakra died about 7 years ago.
After the death of his father, Manish Lakra had a dispute with his elder brother over money. In the year 2016, he had taken license from MCD for commercial activity on this plot. Which was later canceled by MCD after someone’s complaint. MCD had canceled the license in 2017.
Sources say that Lakra told during interrogation that commercial activity was going on in the building without permission. Because this land comes inside with red threads. At the same time, the map of making this building was not even passed. Nor did he have NOC from any concerned department.
National Human Rights Commission took stock of the incident site
Meanwhile, to investigate the rights of the people killed in the fire on Tuesday afternoon, the team of the National Human Rights Commission today reached the factory in Mundka where this horrific accident took place on Friday. A team of 4 members inspected the spot. The NHRC team reached here at around 1.15 pm, with whom the SHO of the local police was also present. The team took stock of all the three floors after stopping for about 45 minutes and took everything note down in the file. In fact, after getting information about the Mundka fire incident, the National Retention Commission took suo motu cognizance in this matter and gave two weeks time to the Delhi Government to inform about the whole matter and in view of the seriousness of the matter itself came to inspect the spot. Varun Jain reports from Delhi.
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