14 died in UPs cold storage roof collapse incident: Divisional Commissioner Aunjaneya Kumar Singh
Speaking on cold storage roof which collapsed at Chandausi area in Sambhal of Uttar Pradesh, Divisional Commissioner of Moradabad Aunjaneya Kumar Singh on March 16 said that total 14 death have been reported, 6 are still in hospital and 4 have been discharged.He said, The rescue operation has come to an end. Out of 11 injured people, one died I hospital and apart from this 13 other dead bodies have been taken out. We are in to process of removing the scrap from incident site.No document has been recovered and even the owner is underground, still the administration will try to compensate for the loss in best possible manner, he added.
UP: Sambhal cold storage owners arrested from Uttarakhand
The Police registered a case under Section 304A (causing death by negligence) of the Indian Penal Code against Ankur and Rohit on Thursday. SAMBHAL: Police have arrested the two owners of cold storage here where 14 people were killed and several injured after the building's roof collapsed, a senior official said on Saturday. The two were arrested from the Haldwani district in Uttarakhand, he said. Twenty-four people were pulled out of the rubble of the collapsed structure on Indira Road under Chandausi police station limits and 14 of them died, according to officials. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has set up a committee to probe the reasons behind the collapse, which took place on Thursday. The owners of the cold storage, Ankur Agarwal and Rohit Agarwal, have been arrested from Haldwani, Sambhal District Magistrate Manish Bansal told PTI on Saturday. The Police registered a case under Section 304A (causing death by negligence) of the Indian Penal Code against Ankur and Rohit on Thursday READ HERE: Uttar Pradesh cold storage roof collapse: 11 dead, 21 rescued, three critical According to police, the collapsed roof was built only three months ago without the necessary permission from the administration and the quantity of potatoes stored at the cold storage was beyond its prescribed capacity. The state government has announced an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh each for the next of kin of the deceased, Rs 50,000 for those critically injured and free treatment for all those who suffered injuries in the incident. The government has asked the probe committee, led by the divisional commissioner and comprising the DIG of Moradabad, to submit its report at the earliest. Sambhal is around 158 km from Delhi and 350 km from state capital Lucknow.
Sambhal roof collapse: 11 dead, 21 rescued, threecritical
The part of the cold storage that has collapsed was not constructed as per the laid down standards, said DIG Shalabh. LUCKNOW: The death toll in the roof collapse incident rose to 11, while 21 persons were rescued from under the debris on Friday. The rescue and relief operation continued on the second day at the site where the roof of cold storage had collapsed suddenly in western UPs Chandausi area of Sambhal district in on Thursday afternoon. Two persons had died and 11 were rescued from under the rubble by late Thursday night. As per official sources, while the teams of NDRF and SDRF were carrying out search operations, approximately three of the 21 persons rescued were found to be severely injured. The state government has announced ex-gratia of two lakh rupees to the family of the deceased and Rs 50,000 for those who were injured in the incident. State Animal Husbandry Minister Dharampal Singh visited the mishap site and assured the local people of the strictest action against those responsible for the incident. The district horticulture officer of Sambhal was already put under suspension in connection with the incident. ALSO READ | Over 20 labourers feared buried as cold storage collapses in UP's Sambhal district According to the district and police administration, the rescue teams had availed sniffer dogs for the search and rescue operation to locate the trapped victims. NDRF is searching for the trapped people with the help of sniffer dogs. We have increased our force for rescue operations since morning. Other teams of NDRF and SDRF will also join the operation shortly, said Sambhal DM Manish Bansal. He also said that an FIR was registered against the owners Ankur Agarwal and Rohit Agarwal of the cold storage. Both owners were booked under Section 304 of the IPC. We have detained four people for questioning. The main accused are absconding and we are looking for them. We will be able to tell the real reason for the collapse only after the debris is removed, said Moradabad DIG Shalabh. According to the DIG, an ADM-level inquiry into the incident is also underway. The part of the cold storage that has collapsed was constructed some time ago and it was not constructed as per the laid down standards, he said. Some more people are missing. There is a basement in the building and we are trying to reach there, said DIG Mathur who is monitoring the relief and rescue operations since Thursday. The incident happened around 11.30 am on Thursday. Earlier, it was reported that the godown was already in a ruined state.
UP cold storage tragedy: Death toll rises to 14; CM Yogi Adityanath orders probe
District Magistrate Manish Bansal said four people are undergoing treatment at a Moradabad hospital, while six have been discharged.
UP: Rescue operation underway after roof collapse of cold storage in Sambhal
A rescue operation is underway after the roof collapse of a potato cold storage in the Chandausi area of Sambhal in Uttar Pradesh on March 16. A total of 10 people were killed while 11 have been rescued so far. Death toll rises to 10. 11 persons rescued, of which 5 people are under medical treatment and 6 people discharged from the hospital. 3 people remain missing. A case was registered against 2 persons, said Moradabad DIG Shalabh Mathur.
Death toll in UP cold storage roof collapse rises to 10, CM sets up probe panel
These 10 were among the 21 pulled out from the rubble at the cold storage located on Indira Road under Chandausi police station limits, according to police. SAMBHAL: The death toll in a roof collapse incident at a cold storage in Sambhal district climbed to 10 on Friday and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath formed a committee to probe the reasons behind it. These 10 were among the 21 pulled out from the rubble at the cold storage located on Indira Road under Chandausi police station limits, according to police. Twenty-one people have been rescued so far and 10 of them have died. There are also reports that at least three people are severely injured, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police Shalabh Mathur said. The rescue operation is still underway, he added. A government spokesperson in Lucknow said Chief Minister Adityanath has announced an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh each for the next of kin of the deceased, Rs 50,000 for those critically injured and free treatment for all those who sustained injuries in the incident. The chief minister has also constituted a probe committee led by the divisional commissioner and the DIG of Moradabad to probe the reasons behind the roof collapse.The committee has been asked to submit its report at the earliest, the spokesperson said. Adityanath also expressed grief over the loss of lives in the incident and directed the concerned officials to ensure proper treatment of the injured, according to the spokesperson. Sambhal District Magistrate Manish Bansal said five people are undergoing treatment at a Moradabad hospital, while six have been discharged. ALSO READ: Over 20 labourers feared buried as cold storage collapses in UP's Sambhal district The rescue operation, in which the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) are also involved, continued through the night, he said. Searchlights have been installed in the area to facilitate the rescue operation.JCB machines have been pressed into service to remove the debris. Minister of State for Secondary Education Minister Gulab Devi and Minister of State for Panchayati Raj Minister Dharam Pal Singh reached the collapse site. According to police, the collapsed roof was built only three months ago without the necessary permission from the administration and the quantity of potatoes stored at the cold storage was beyond its prescribed capacity. DIG Mathur told reporters late on Thursday night that rescuers were taking precautions as ammonia gas cylinders were kept in cold storage. A case under section 304A (causing death by negligence) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been lodged against Ankur Agarwal and Rohit Agarwal, the owners of the cold storage, the DIG had said.
If you cannot be with me, then.., Lover killed Ex Girlfriend two days after her marriage
A shocking incident comes to light from Uttar Pradeshs Moradabad where a lover attacked his former girlfriend with a blade in front of hundreds of people for marrying another. As per the information, the accused was deeply hurt by his girlfriend's marriage, he reached girls house and attacked her with a blade. The victim was attending a wedding function. She got married two days ago. The accused has been identified as Yaseen. He attacked the newlywed bride's neck with a blade and fled away. The new bride was attending Shakeel Ahmed's daughter's marriage in Mohalla Noorulla, Kundarki Nagar, Moradabad on February 19, 2023. As per the information while attackingher the accused told her, When you cannot be with me, then I will not allow anyone else to be with you. As of now further investigation is going on in the case. A case has been registered against the accused Yasin, a resident of Mohalla Noorulla Kasba Kundarki. As per the information, a search operation is going on in the case and police have also formed two teams to nab the accused. The cops also questioned the family and relatives of the accused. The victim is in critical condition and is undergoing treatment. The girl suffered a deep wound on her neck. The newly married girl has given her statement to a magistrate. The police have assured the family of appropriate action against the accused. As of now Police are searching for the accused. A FIR has been registered against the accused and efforts to nab him are going on. Wife killed her husband with the pair of scissors, surrendered herself before the Police Bride Groom getting ready for the reception party, found dead with several injuries Two Bros held for killing elderly man by hammer in Delhi
Moradabad GRP station police arrests 4 accused in connection with womans murder
Moradabad GRP station police arrests 4 accused in connection with womans murder