Delhi Mundka Fire: Fire breaks out in Delhi's Mundka, 27 people died, CM Kejriwal expressed grief

14 May, 2022

A massive fire broke out in Delhi's Mundka building on Friday. 27 people died in the fire. All the bodies have been recovered. So far more than 100 people have been rescued. At the same time, condoling this painful accident, the President of the country, Ram Nath Kovind, has also announced financial assistance of two lakh rupees each to the families of the deceased.

Arvind Kejriwal visited the site

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached the spot to inquire about the Mundka fire incident. The Chief Minister ordered a magisterial inquiry into the Mundka fire accident. Along with the Chief Minister, Delhi's Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, Mayor and many officers of other departments were also present on the occasion.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, while visiting the spot, said that the body has become very mutilated in the incident. Not being recognized. Will test DNA through FSL, so that it can be known whose body belongs to which family. A compensation of Rs 10 lakh each will be given to the families of those who died in the incident. Those who have been injured will be given a compensation of Rs 50,000 each.

Helpline number issued

The death toll in the fierce fire in Mundka area is increasing continuously. A helpline number has been issued after the accident. The DM office has issued numbers 011-25195529, 011-2 5100093 and 7982661695.

Harish Goyal and Varun Goyal, the owners of the company have been taken into custody. Outer District Police DCP Sameer Sharma says that right now the NDRF team is cleaning the place and seeing if there is anyone there. So far we have found 27 bodies of which 25 have not been identified. Will now check with forensic DNA. The list of 29 people who went missing has been released.

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