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A three-storey building in Delhi’s Mandka area has been burnt to ashes, leaving 27 people dead MIGMG News


A huge fire near Delhi’s Mandka metro station last evening reduced a three-storey commercial building to ashes and killed 27 people.

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A fire broke out in a three-storey commercial building near Delhi’s Mandka metro station last evening, killing at least 27 people. It is reported that 50 people have been rescued. According to the news published on News 9, this information has been given by the Deputy Fire Chief of Delhi, Sunil Chaudhary. Company owners Harish Goel and Varun Goel have been taken into police custody.

Delhi Health Minister Stander Jain has also confirmed that 27 people have been officially killed in a fire in the Mandka area. “It simply came to our notice then. The whole building is on fire. 27 people have been killed. All the bodies were found on the second floor. Eight people were injured and taken to hospital. It is very hot upstairs.

Local police and fire brigade personnel were present on the spot till late last night. According to reports, the company which manufactures CCTV cameras and routers has an office in this commercial building. Announced to give. On the other hand, Prime Minister Modi has announced Rs 2 lakh from PMNRF to the families of those killed in the Delhi fire and Rs 50,000 to the injured.

Police said 60-70 people had been evacuated from the building. According to fire department officials, the fire was reported at around 4.40 pm, after which 24 fire tenders were sent to the spot. He said that the body of the woman has been recovered and an attempt is being made to identify her.

Police said that the nine injured who were taken out of the building have been admitted to the hospital and rescue operations are underway. The fire broke out in a building near Pillar No. 544 of Mandka Metro Station, officials said. A senior police official said that as soon as the fire was reported, police rushed to the spot and rescued the trapped people by smashing the windows and the injured were admitted to the hospital.

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