BMC’s action after Mumbai Pub Fire, 100 illegal structures demolished

Mumbai: While taking big action from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) today, at least 100 restaurants and pub’s illegal structures dropped. The action has been taken after one day of the death of 14 people in a fire in a pub. One official said that the BMC carried out a massive campaign and organized illegal and unauthorized structures of at least 100 restaurants and pubs by noon Demolished. He said that at least 1,000 officers and employees of the municipal corporation started this campaign.

A spokesman of BMC said, “In Mumbai, Malad and Mulund suburbs are being operated in unauthorized hotels and restaurants.” The official said that popular in front of the Police Headquarters of South Mumbai A large portion of the Jaffaran Hotel was demolished. He said, “There are 24 wards in Mumbai and three teams are checking the restaurants, pubs and the restaurant in all the wards. All teams have ten members, including health and administrative officials and inspectors.

“Dotondhe said that the team is throwing it down on the unauthorized structures. The municipal administration has asked all the employees to be on duty. Vacation and weekly leave of personnel of many departments have been canceled and they have been given a detailed list of restaurants and pubs, where infringement was found during the initial investigation.

In his message to the Deputy Chief Commissioner Ajay Mehta, all the assistant municipal commissioners and the Deputy Commissioner of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), said that all the Regional Deputy Commissioners and Ward officers are requested that they be given to the employees of the building and factory departments, the Medical Health Officer and the Department of Fire Join a team of employees to form a team. The message says that this team will inspect its respective wards in all the restaurants and will ensure that there are adequate arrangements to avoid the fire. It has been said that the premises should have roads, stairs to escape when there is a fire, and also ensure that this place is free from encroachment.

The Mumbai body had suspended five officers, including staff affiliated to G-South Ward, due to negligence in duty yesterday.

There have been allegations that the irregularities associated with the construction of the body and the safety rules associated with the fire remain blind.
Mumbai Mayor Vishwanath Mahadevar had said that orders have been given in this regard and strict action will be taken against the guilty officials. The administration has taken action against at least five eateries after the fire.

An officer of the Fire Department said that they are trying to find out the reason for the fire. Meanwhile, a senior Superintendent of Police has said that notice has been issued against ‘An Above’ Pub co-owners Hitesh Sanghvi and Jigar Sanghvi. Earlier yesterday, the police had filed a case against Sanghvi brothers, another co-owner Abhijit Manaka and others in different streams.

In this fierce fire, 14 people lost their life and 21 were injured. There were also fragrances in the dead bodies, on whose 29th birthday party was being organized there.

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