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Delhi Factory Where 43 Died In Fire Was Illegal, Didn't Have Clearances

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Most of the 43 labourers who died in the fire that broke out early this morning in a factory in a congested central Delhi neighbourhood died of asphyxiation, emergency services personnel have said. A National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team, dispatched to aid the Delhi fire department with rescue operations, swept the structure with gas detectors and found large amounts of toxic smoke and hazardous carbon monoxide. The NDRF team also found that some windows at the rear of the building were sealed shut, thereby trapping poisonous gases inside the already cramped and dimly-lit interiors.

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Almost many factories, markets in india don't have proper safety measures. Owners don't take these things seriously

Author — Yash Patil

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These are the kind of business which had to shut down during the demonitization.
Govt should take a step and get these business closed, or atleast try to figure some other way out.

Author — AlKaholic