Hyderabad, Nov 13 (Hydnow): The Fire department has issued an official statement on the Nampally Bazarghat fire incident. The fire department stated that there was no fire safety in the building and concluded that the fire was caused by chemical drums.
The statement has been released on the todays fire incident at Nampally in which 9 people had died. The fire accident took place at 9.30 am, today,
The Fire department claims that they were able to save 21 people from the accident. chemical drums were placed illegally in the Cellar. the fire was caused by those drums. The fire department announced that they had found a lack of fire safety in the building.
On Monday morning immediately after the accident, the officials of the fire department inspected the scene. It was found that this chemical stock was stored by a person named Ramesh Jaiswal and he is doing business in the cellar of the apartment by storing it in big drums.
But the authorities have come to know that this is an ongoing affair for many days. they questioned the locals.
The fire department officials asked the apartment dwellers why they did not complain when there was a huge stock of chemicals.
But the locals remained silent on the question. On the other hand, vigilance officials who did not carry out inspections and GHMC’s failure to conduct safety inspections are also being criticized. (Hydnow)
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