Delhi Fire Updates: NDRF’s search operation completed, death toll expected to reach 30, know top 10 updates so far

28 people missing in Mundka fire, NDRF’s search operation continues

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The rescue operation of NDRF has been completed. During the search operation, the NDRF has got the parts of the dead bodies. At the same time, it is feared that the death toll may reach 30.

A fire broke out in a building near Mundka metro station in Delhi on Friday. The fire was so severe that 27 people died in the accident. While 12 people got burnt. According to the information, 28 people are still missing. The death toll is expected to reach 30. At the same time, the search operation of NDRF released since morning has been completed. The fire officer has told that in the morning we have found some more remains, it seems that there are bodies of 2-3 people. The death toll could reach 30. The fire escalated rapidly due to the high amount of plastic material in the building. He further told that a meeting of 50 people was going on at the time when the fire broke out. He got trapped inside as the door was closed. The rescue operation has been completed.

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Know here the big updates so far

The search operation of NDRF has been completed. West Delhi’s ADM Dharmendra Kumar told that 70-80 people used to work in the factory. Rescue has also been done. Responsibility will be decided after investigation. He said that we cannot speculate about this. Right now our priority is to complete the rescue operation. The ADM said that those who had suffered minor injuries were released after first aid. The 27 who were dead have been taken to Sanjay Gandhi Hospital, we are contacting their families as there is no way of identification other than DNA samples. CM Arvind Kejriwal visited the spot on Saturday. During this, the DM and ADM of the area were present on the spot. He gave the details of the incident to the CM and the Deputy CM. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal reached Mundka and said that a help desk has also been set up, relatives are being contacted. On behalf of the Delhi government, I have ordered a magisterial inquiry. A compensation of Rs 10 lakh each will be given to the families of those who have died. A compensation of 50-50 thousand will be given to the injured. At the same time, the initial investigation report of the incident has also come to the fore. Initial reports suggest that the fire broke out due to a short circuit in the building. The fire started from the first floor of the building. Cardboards were kept near the electric meter, due to which the fire spread rapidly. There, many exit routes were closed. NDRF found some body parts during the rescue operation in the morning. NDRF Assistant Commandant Vikas Saini further said that on the surface, we have searched on all three floors, but completely on the second floor, the search operation is going on from one side. On the second floor we have got 7-8 small body parts. FIR has been registered in Mundka fire incident. The FIR has been registered under IPC sections 304, 308 (attempt to commit culpable homicide), 120, 34. Delhi Civil Defense has set up a help desk at Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital. SP Tomar of Delhi Civil Defense said that we have started the help desk because of this. So that people whose relatives are missing or injured, they can get correct information and they do not get upset. On the other hand, Sunil Kumar of Civil Defense said that according to our information so far 28 people are missing, in which 5 are men and 23 are women. We are taking complete information about the missing people. We have given helpline numbers to the people. If any information comes, they will be informed immediately. At the same time, the relatives of the missing people are in the hope that their own will be safe. One person, Vijay told that ‘my wife is missing. She used to work there as a sales manager. I last spoke to him yesterday at 4:10 pm. I called him again, then the phone is ringing but no one is receiving the call.

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