Gujarat government suspends 7 officials for negligence

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According to officials, an FIR has been filed towards six individuals, together with TRP Game Zone proprietor Yuvraj Hari Singh Solanki, supervisor Nitin Jain, and others at Rajkot Taluka Police Station.

The Gujarat government on Monday ordered the suspension of seven officials, together with two police inspectors and civic employees of Rajkot Municipal Corporation, for dereliction of responsibility in reference to the fireplace incident at a gaming zone in Rajkot, which killed 27 individuals.

Those who’ve been suspended embrace Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC) city planning division assistant engineer Jaideep Chaudhary, assistant city planner for RMC Gautam Joshi, Rajkot Roads and Buildings division’s deputy government engineer HR Suma, Assistant Engineer Road and Building Department of RMC Parsbhai M Kothiya, Station Officer of Fire and Emergency Services of Rajkot Municipal Corporation, Rohit Vigora and police inspectors VR Patel and NI Rathod, as per orders handed by the respective departments.

The officials have been held accountable “for their gross negligence in allowing this game zone to operate without necessary approvals,” in response to a government launch. Meanwhile, a Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) group performed an investigation on Monday at TRP Game Zone the place an enormous hearth broke out on May 25.

According to officials, an FIR has been filed towards six individuals, together with TRP Game Zone proprietor Yuvraj Hari Singh Solanki, supervisor Nitin Jain, and others at Rajkot Taluka Police Station. 

The FSL group was seen amassing samples from the charred particles of the constructing. The group is working with the police to gather all of the scientific proof in order that the police can full the investigation as quickly as potential and file a cost sheet within the case. Both the proprietor and the supervisor of the gaming zone have been arrested and produced in court docket immediately.

“A case under IPC sections 304 (for culpable homicide not amounting to murder), 308 (for attempt to commit culpable homicide), 337 (for causing hurt by an act endangering life or personal safety of others), 338 (for causing grievous hurt by an act endangering life or personal safety of others), and 114 (for abettor present when the offense is committed) has been registered against six people, out of which two are in custody,” Rajkot Police (*7*) Raju Bhargava stated in a press convention on Sunday.

The police stated {that a} nine-member SIT has been shaped to research the case, and particular police groups are working to arrest different accused. Regarding the reason for the incident, the police stated that some fabrication work was going down within the recreation zone and inflammable supplies have been stored there.

“According to the preliminary investigation, some fabrication work was happening there. There were many inflammable materials, and the fire occurred possibly because of welding activity,” the police commissioner stated Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, together with Home Minister Harsh Sanghavi, inspected the Rajkot TRP gaming zone on Sunday. 

The duo additionally met the injured at Rajkot’s Giriraj Hospital. Following the incident, all of the gaming zones in Vadodara have been inspected and briefly shut down.

(This story has not been edited by DNA employees and is revealed from ANI)


Nilesh Desai
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