Mumbai Fire: Reliance and Wockhardt Hospitals of Mumbai did not work even in trouble, did not admit scorched patients in the fire

Mumbai: While 7 people have died tragically in the massive fire that broke out in the Kamala building of the country’s financial capital Mumbai, many people are still getting treatment in the hospital. Those injured in the fire have been admitted to hospitals like Jaslok, Nair, Kasturba and Bhatia in the city. But in this hour of trouble, hospitals like Wockhardt and Reliance refused to admit these patients. Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar has given this information. He said that action can be taken against both the hospitals in this matter.

How did the fire start?
When Mayor Kishori Pednekar was asked the reason for the fire, he said that according to the fire department, the fire could have started due to a short circuit in the AC. However, something can be said about this only after the investigation of the fire brigade.

Kamala building fire accident
So far 7 people have died in the fire that broke out in Kamla, a multi-storey building in South Mumbai’s Taddev area. While 12 people have been injured. The condition of some of these people still remains critical. The fire started at 7:30 in the morning. In this accident, 5 patients died in Nair Hospital, Mumbai, while one patient died in Kasturba and the other died in Bhatia Hospital. Mumbai Police is currently registering an accidental death report in this case. In future, if any evidence of negligence is found, then FIR can be registered in the matter. At present, this fire has been brought under control. As a precautionary measure, the gas and electricity connections of the building have been cut.

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