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The fire at two rooftop restaurants -- Mojo's Bistro and '1 Above' -- at Kamala Mills Compound in central Mumbai on December 29, 2017 claimed 14 lives.
The builder, Abdul Razak Ismail Supariwala, was arrested by the Bhoiwada police on Wednesday, hours after the broke out at the 12th floor of the posh Crystal Tower building.
The fire accident in Mumbai, which claimed four lives on Wednesday, has forced officials and denizens to rethink their safety and well-being.
The 16 injured, including six women, were undergoing treatment and their condition was reported to be stable, it said. the victims were identified as Bablu Shaikh (36) and Shubhada Shelke (62).
Of the 43 injured in the initial blast and consequent fire, 22 have been allowed to go home after preliminary treatment at BPCL health centre, 21 have been shifted to Inlax hospital in Chembur.
The fire damaged electrical installations, false ceiling, books and other stationery items, plastic chairs and wooden furniture on the second and third floors of the building
According to officials, the fire was seen around 2.10 pm on the uppermost floors of the building. In no time, thick black clouds of smoke were billowing out.
At least 18 fire tenders are present at the spot to douse the flame.
No injuries were reported so far, but one person trapped on the second floor of the commercial building was rescued by firefighters.
The body of a man, missing since Sunday's fire in a commercial complex in suburban Goregaon, was found today, police said.
The high-rise building in suburban Goregaon, where the fire broke out, has a basement, two podiums and nine floors which accommodate families.
Ten fire tenders have rushed to the Wajid Ali Compound in Sakinaka area to douse the flames.
Fire broke out at a four-storey Army building in south Mumbai's Colaba area this evening, a civic official said.
A short-circuit in the power meter box on the ground floor was suspected to have caused the fire, according to an official from the disaster control cell.
The 330-metre, Singapore-flagged vessel caught fire on Tuesday evening and crew members jumped off after they were unable to control the blaze.