Announces Rs two lakh compensation every for the households of the deceased
Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday ordered a magisterial probe into the circumstances resulting in the roof collapse of a manufacturing facility in Baba Mukand Singh Nagar, Daba highway, Ludhiana, which claimed 4 lives and left 9 others injured. The chief minister, whereas expressing grief over the lack of lives, introduced a compensation of Rs two lakhs every to the kin of the deceased, in addition to directing the district administration to make sure free and immediate remedy to the injured.
According to a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s officer the magisterial inquiry can be performed by Divisional Commissioner Patiala and he has been directed to submit his report inside two weeks. The chief minister made it clear that strict motion can be taken in opposition to anybody discovered responsible of negligence, which had value 4 valuable lives.
The unlucky incident occurred round 9.50 am when 40 staff had been working within the auto-parts manufacturing unit of M/s. Jasmail Singh and Sons. Rescue groups efficiently rescued 36 individuals from the particles they usually had been admitted to varied hospitals for remedy. Four individuals have to date died within the mishap and of the six individuals who’re below remedy, the situation of 1 is acknowledged to be essential.
The deceased have been recognized as Mustakeen and Sagar Kumar, each residents of Bihar, and Peechu and Imtiaz from Ludhiana.