On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences over the fire tragedy at Mundka in Delhi and wished a speedy recovery to the injured. “Extremely saddened by the loss of life due to a tragic fire in Delhi. My thoughts are with the bereaved families. I wish those injured a speedy recovery,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted today.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Prime Minister Modi also announced that Rs 2 lakh each from the PMNRF would be given to the next of kin of those who lost their lives in the Delhi fire. “Rs 2 lakh each of the PMNRF would be donated to the close relatives of those who lost their lives in the Delhi fire. The injured would receive Rs. 50,000,” Prime Minister Modi was quoted as saying by the PMO in a tweet. Union Home Minister Amit Shah also expressed his condolences over the incident and said the NDRF would also get there soon.
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“The fire incident at Mundka in Delhi is very sad. I am in constant contact with the concerned officials, the administration is engaged in relief and rescue work. NDRF is also getting there soon. ‘evacuate people and provide immediate treatment to the injured,’ Shah tweeted.
As many as 26 bodies have been found in a 3-storey commercial building fire that broke out tonight near Delhi’s Mundka metro station, said Sunil Choudhary, deputy fire chief of the service. Delhi fire. According to Deputy Police Commissioner (Outer District) Sameer Sharma, 50 people have been rescued so far and a rescue operation is underway.
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Earlier today, during a preliminary investigation, it was found to be a three-storey commercial building typically used to provide office space to businesses, police said. The fire broke out on the 1st floor of the building which is an office of a CCTV camera and router manufacturing company. The business owner is in custody. “Efforts are being made to control the situation,” police said. Details are awaited.