WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India
Dec 30, 2017, 09.38 AM
A day after at least 14 people including 11 women died and 54 others were injured in a midnight blaze in a pub in Mumbai’s Kamala Mills, police issued lookout notices against two co-owners of the rooftop pub in Mumbai's Lower Parel area.
News agency PTI reported that the Mumbai Police have issued lookout notices against two co-owners of the rooftop pub in Mumbai's Lower Parel area.
The fire brigade is also probing the reason for the blaze.
Mumbai Fire brigade said that it was probing whether the flames during fire stunt by the bartender, burning coal used for hookah or a short circuit led to Kamala Mills fire.
Police issues lookout notices against two co-owners of rooftop pub in Mumbai's Lower Parel area where 14 people lost their lives in a fire.
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis visited the spot on Friday and ordered an inquiry into the incident, while five municipal officials were suspended as it emerged that the restaurant-pub One Above at the Trade House Building in the tony Kamala Mills Compound had been served notices in the past by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for alleged violations and even prosecuted for unauthorised construction and alterations.
The Assistant Municipal Commissioner of G-South Ward was transferred for lapses and negligence in allowing the eateries to operate there.