NHRC Seeks Report Delhi Government: NHRC has expressed serious concern over the fire incident in Delhi’s Mundka and informed about the negligence of the officials. The NHRC has sought a report from the Delhi government regarding the Mundka fire in two weeks and has sent its team to the spot for investigation. Let us tell you that a fire broke out in a four-storey building near Delhi’s Mundka metro station at around 4 pm on Friday. 27 people lost their lives in this accident. 12 people have been injured in the accident, some of them are in critical condition.
After the accident, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached the spot and took stock of the situation and also announced a compensation of Rs 10 lakh each to the families of those killed in the accident. At the same time, a compensation of 50-50 thousand rupees was announced to the injured in the accident. Apart from this, CM Kejriwal had said that strict action will be taken against whoever is found guilty in this case, no one will be spared.
Police arrested both the sons of the factory owner
The crashed building is 4-storey which is used commercially to provide office space to companies. After the accident, the police took action and arrested both the sons of the factory owner. Till now the dead bodies could not even be identified from the accident site that politics also started on the matter. Political parties started accusing each other.
Leader of Opposition Ramveer Singh Bidhuri attacked Delhi government
On Saturday, the Leader of Opposition of the Delhi Assembly, Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, held a press conference and raised many questions related to this fire. BJP leader Ramveer Singh Bidhuri while targeting Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asked him that for the last many days there has been fire in many places in Delhi. The people where the fire broke out in Mundka say that the vehicles of the fire department arrived late. According to Ramveer Singh Bidhuri, the local people there helped the trapped people to get out. The crane did not reach there in time, otherwise some more lives might have been saved.