Here’s Why Mumbai Has Miserably Failed In Stopping Fire Incidents Across The City

Torrential rains in Mumbai are creating havoc for the residents but at least now the Mumbaikars don’t have to worry about a fire brigade not reaching an accident spot on time. Mumbai has seen the most intensive fire tragedies in the last six months.

Starting from December 29 last year, when a massive fire burnt Kamala Mills Compound to ashes, a ceremonial lounge at terminal 1B of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Beaumonde Towers housing Bollywood Actress Deepika Padukone’s residence was also caught in flames.

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TV Producer, teenagers and infants were charred to death due to lack of a prompt fire evacuation program. The latest fire in a building on Charni road that left one person dead might be close to the 295th fire accident in Mumbai in last 60 days alone, according to data obtained from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), news 18 reported.

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