A building in New Delhi that killed 27 people and seriously burned 12 in a fire did not have the required permit from the city’s fire department because it blatantly failed to meet fire safety standards. This was reported on May 14 by the NDTV channel.
According to firefighters, the failure to comply with the most necessary fire safety measures in the four-story building led to the tragedy.
According to the fire department, the fire started in an office space on the first floor, after which the fire spread to the entire building. The owners of this company, which produces CCTV cameras and routers, have been detained. The police launched a search for the missing owner of the building.
Currently, the fire suppression and rescue…