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Sunday, December 8, 2019

43 die in Delhi fire, NDRF rescue operations underway

New Delhi: Forty three people were killed on Sunday after a fire broke out in north Delhi’s Anaj Mandi on Rani Jhansi road at 5:22 am.


How Many Peoples Dies in Delhi Fire ?

      Almost 43 Peoples were killed in Delhi Fires on sunday at 5.22am (all the data is according to Delhi police Reports). The fire department said more than 30 units of fire tenders had been rushed to the spot, following a short circuit which caused the fire, claiming the lives of labourers who were asleep inside the factory.

Rescue and relief operations were underway.

The fire department said more than 30 units of fire tenders had been rushed to the spot, following a short circuit which caused the fire, claiming the lives of labourers who were asleep inside the factory.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and Bharatiya Janata Party member of Parliament Manoj Tiwari visited the site of the fire.
“It's a sad incident. As per initial information, the fire broke out due to short circuit. BJP will provide financial assistance of 5 lakh each to families of those who have lost their lives and 25,000 to injured," Tiwari said.
The Centre, meanwhile, rushed teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) to aid rescue operations.
“Tragic loss of precious lives in the fire accident in New Delhi. My deepest condolences with families of those who have lost their loved ones. I pray for the early recovery of the injured. Have instructed concerned authorities to provide all possible assistance on urgent basis," Union home minister Amit Shah tweeted on Sunday.
The injured were rushed to Delhi’s Lok Nayak hospital where medical director Kishore Singh, said the condition of those injured “is not serious, and have been kept under observation."
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a post on Twitter said, “The fire in Delhi’s Anaj Mandi on Rani Jhansi Road is extremely horrific. My thoughts are with those who lost their loved ones. Wishing the injured a quick recovery. Authorities are providing all possible assistance at the site of the tragedy."

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