Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Four-storey building collapses in Mumbai, Claims seventeen lives

Under this building, a nursing home of the leader of Shiv Sena leader Sunil Sitaphat also ran and Sunil Sitap's wife also fought the election of BMC. During the accident, some repairs were going on in this nursing home.

Mumbai: The number of people killed in a four-storey building accident in Ghatkopar of Mumbai has risen to 17. Even at night, the team of NDRF and the Fire Brigade was doing relief and rescue work. There are still many people feared trapped in debris. In this case, the owner of the building and the Shiv Sena leader has been taken into custody by the police.

It is being said that this building is of the leader of Shiv Sena Sunil Sitap. He has been detained. Yesterday, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had visited the incident site and ordered an inquiry into the incident.

The name of this four-storey building, which was built in the Ghatkopar area, was called Sai Darshan. When the building collapsed at around 10:30 in the morning, there was panic in the whole area. A nursing home was also running under this building. No one had any idea of ​​how many people were buried in this four-storey building.
The work started immediately to remove the buried people and the investigation started. It was found that under the building, a nursing home of a leader named Shiv Sena leader Sunil Sitaphat also ran and Sunil Sitap's wife also fought the BMC election. During the accident, some repairs were going on in this nursing home.

After this incident, a series of leaders and ministers came under the scanner. According to the mayor of Mumbai, who reached the scene of the incident, this building was not reported to be shabby on behalf of the BMC.

Housing minister of Maharashtra, who reached the spot, told that the building was about 35 years old. At present, the work is still going on to remove the wasteland of this building and the Chief Minister of Maharashtra has given the order to the BMW Commissioner to examine the matter.


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