As per initial probe, the fire may have started due to a short circuit, leading to barrels filled with chemicals at the site exploding, which further intensified the blaze, the official said.
Maharashtra: Collector sends proposal to state govt to declare 57 missing persons dead at Irshalwadi
If the government accepts the proposal, the toll in the landslide that hit Irshalwadi on July 19 would reach 84.
On Sunday, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) called off the search and rescue operation after managing to recover 27 bodies from the rubble.
The death toll in the landslide mounted to 27 on Saturday while 81 persons are yet to be traced, officials earlier said.
"Bodies of two women were recovered from the landslide site in Irshalwadi on Saturday morning," an official of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) said.
The landslide at the tribal village, situated on a hill slope under Khalapur tehsil that is located around 80 km from Mumbai, occurred on Wednesday night.
Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has announced an ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh each for the kin of those who lost their lives in the tragic incident.
As the search and rescue operation was underway at the site, relatives of the landslide-affected people rushed to the spot to know the whereabouts of their near and dear ones.