Experts at Rohini's FSL stumbled upon this while they were identifying the charred bodies with the help of DNA profile generation and matching them with the samples of the respective claimants.
Five people, including two women, were rescued after a fire broke out in a four-storey building in west Delhi’s Janakpuri area on Thursday, officials said.
“Fire safety inspection was conducted by a team of DFS on June 23 in response to a requisition by the DDA dated May 17.
Atul Garg, Director, Delhi Fire Service, said that these robots have been purchased for a special purpose, basically for large-scale areas like godowns and huge factories.
Nine people were admitted to AIIMS as they inhaled smoke and received minor injuries while 20 people were rescued, said DFS chief Atul Garg.
Two firemen were injured in fire-fighting operations after some buses caught fire at Sunehri Pullah Depot in south Delhi, police said on Thursday.
A massive fire broke out at the parking area of Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) Metro station on Wednesday, leaving almost 100 vehicles charred.
The fire department stated that the information regarding the blaze was received at 4.44 pm, following which five fire tenders were rushed to the spot.
According to the Delhi Fire Services (DFS) officials, a call regarding the fire was received at 1.52 pm, following which five fire tenders were rushed to the spot.
It has been nearly two weeks since the Mundka fire tragedy but the families of many victims are still awaiting a closure as the remains of their loved ones are yet to be handed over to them.
The fire department officials said that information regarding the blaze was received at 12:35 pm and five fire-tenders were rushed to the spot.
While, Delhi has been reeling under severe heat wave, there has also been a spurt in the number of fire incidents.
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Information about the blaze was received at 2.05 pm following which 27 fire tenders were rushed to the spot, they said, adding that the flames were brought under control by 4.30 pm.
The fire broke out on the first floor of a factory manufacturing electric items (inverter, stablizer etc), injuring seven persons who were rushed to the GTB Hospital, police said.
The 45-year-old, who was passing the building that day with his brother, decided not to wait for the fire tenders to arrive and took matters in is own hand, saving over 50 people trapped in the blaze.
The Delhi government's decision to conduct a probe into the incident by a district magistrate was intended to cover up its lapses as the question arises that how such an illegal building.
The massive blaze that ripped through the four-storey building in outer Delhi's Mundka on Friday claimed at least 27 lives, while 19 people are still missing.
District magistrate (West) will probe lapses on the part of the concerned departments and agencies, recommend action against the erring officials and fix responsibility, officials said on Sunday.
After getting the information, a total of 25 fire tenders reached the spot including one Sky Lift firefighter to douse the blaze.
No one reported being trapped inside the factory, said Delhi Fire Service officials.