Kamala Mills fire: 'Have come to surrender,' says Mojo Bistro's absconding co-owner Yug Tuli

Nearly 14 people died and 21 were left injured after a deadly fire engulfed Mojo’s Bistro and the adjacent 1 Above pub. Photograph:( ANI )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Jan 16, 2018, 06.19 AM (IST)

Yug Tuli, the co-owner of Mojo Bistro restaurant and accused in the Kamal Mills fire case on Tuesday surrendered before the Mumbai Police.

Tuli said he decided to surrender after his bail plea got rejected by a Mumbai sessions court. 

The accused, who had been on run to evade arrest, informed that he was waiting for the anticipatory bail in Amritsar.

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He will be produced before a court today.

As per media reports, Tuli had earlier managed to give slip to the police thrice in last two weeks before surrendering himself today. 

After the arrest of Tuli, all the owners of the Mojo’s Bistro and ‘1 Above’ have been arrested.

The other co-owner of the night pub, Yug Pathak, the son of former Pune police commissioner KK Pathak, was arrested on January 6.

Nearly 14 people died and 21 were left injured after a deadly fire engulfed Mojo’s Bistro and the adjacent 1 Above pub, at the Kamala Mills compound on December 28 last year. 

The fire brigade investigation report had revealed that the fire originated from the charcoal embers used for hookah smoking in Mojo Bistro and then spread to the "1 Above" pub on the floor above. 

The fire department report is in contrast to earlier reports that indicated that the fire started at "1 Above".