Newspaper Report on Gujarat fire accident

Gujarat fire accident: Discover the heartbreaking aftermath of the Gujarat fire accident, where 28 lives, including 9 children, were lost in a devastating blaze at a gaming zone in Rajkot. Initial investigations reveal negligence in fire safety measures. Follow the unfolding investigation and government actions as they respond to this tragic Rajkot fire accident.

28 killed in massive Fire at gaming zone in Rajkot

At least twenty eight people, including nine children, have died in a massive fire that broke out at a gaming zone in Rajkot, Gujarat on Saturday evening. Multiple fire tenders had been rushed to the spot to douse the blaze. The rescue team took more than two hours to douse the blaze.

A special investigation team had been set up by the state Government to investigate the fire incident. Initial investigation revealed that the TRP gaming zone, owned by Yuvraj Singh Solanki, lacked the necessary fire safety clearance from the authorities.The manager and Yuvraj Singh Solanki, the owner of the children’s game zone were among three persons detained and taken to police station for questioning.

The TRP gaming zone had been built in a temporary structure at Nana-Mava Road. The fire at the gaming zone broke out at 4.30 pm, officials said. The temporary structure in the TRP gaming zone had collapsed. “The fire was brought under control about two hours ago. “We will establish a high-level inquiry committee to investigate the incident. Debris removal is ongoing”, Rajkot District Collector Prabhav Joshi said on Saturday night.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief at the Rajkot fire accident. He posted on his X handle, “Extremely distressed by the fire mishap in Rajkot. My thoughts are with all those who have lost their loved ones. Prayers for the injured. The local administration is working to provide all possible assistance to those affected.”

Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel also instructed the municipal corporation and the administration for immediate rescue and relief operations in the fire incident. CM Patel announced that Rs. 4 lakh would be provided to the families of the deceased and Rs. 50 thousand would be given to the injured. He also instructed to prioritize arrangements for immediate treatment of the injured.

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