Muradnagar roof collapse: UP CM Yogi Adityanath announces Rs 10 lakh ex-gratia to families of those killed in the incident
Muradnagar roof collapse: A roof of a crematorium in Muradnagar collapsed on Sunday leading to loss of lives and leaving at least 17 people injured.
New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath announced ex-gratia of Rs 10 lakhs each for families who lost their lives in the Muradnagar roof collapse incident. The National Security Act to be imposed on the accused.
The losses will be recovered from the engineer & contractor in Muradnagar roof collapse incident. The CM has ordered to blacklist the contractor and provide houses to the family members of the deceased who were homeless, said CMO.
Twenty-four people died and several others were injured after the roof at a crematorium in Muradnagar collapsed on Sunday. The victims went to the crematorium to perform the last rites of their kin.
“Twenty-four people have died and 17-18 injured in Muradnagar roof collapse incident. Three people have been arrested on the basis of the initial investigation. A two-member probe committee has been constituted to investigate the matter,” SP Rural, Ghaziabad said.
The SP chief said if his party comes to power after the 2022 Assembly polls, it will make some special arrangement for protection of businessmen in the state.