Mumbai Hospital Fire: Labor Minister Declares Compensation For Victims

Mumbai Hospital Fire

Mumbai Hospital Fire: Union labor minister Santosh Gangwar on Monday announced   10 lakhs each as Compensation for the next of the kin of those who died in the massive fire At ESIC hospital in Mumbai, a statement said.

Mumbai hospital fire Eight people died in the fire at Andheri Hospital in Mumbai, But many still are struggling between life and death in hospitals. According to the information, the condition of 26 people recruited in various hospitals in weak, out of which 6 are children. All children. All Children are being treated at Holy Spirit Hospital in Andheri.

Mumbai Hospital Fire: Compensation for Victims

According to the hospital, there were 7 children brought here, Whose age is between 1-2 months. One of these children was brought to the hospitals in the dead. Although there is no sign of burning anywhere on his body. Perhaps due to smoking, the way have died due to knees. On this occasion, Health Minister of Maharashtra, Dr. Deepak Sawant said that SIIC Corporation will spend the treatment of the injured people. The treatment of the injured people. The labor Ministery will announce financial assistance on Tuesday due to the fire and the death of critically injured people.

There was a sudden fire on Monday in the ESIC Worker Hospital located in Andheri. Before getting the chance to avoid patients and their tigers, the fire started spreading. Six people died due to severe burns, while about 146 people were injured. The cause of the fire is not known. On the spot, 10 fire tenders, 16 ambulances, and 1 rescue van reached. As well as to control the fire, the task of saving people is going on fast. Local officials have arrived at the spot.

It has been said in the statement that a medical superintendent Reshma Verma was taken to a nearby hospital because she was unconscious due to knees during saving the admitted patients.

On the reason behind the fire that took place at four o’clock in the six-story hospital in Andheri,  Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation makes a fire audit. Whether he did the audit or not, it will be examined.

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