General News

Mumbai Building Collapse: MHADA Issues Collapse Report For Dongri Building, Says, 'entire Unauthorised Portion Fully Collapsed'

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Published:

Hack:

  • According to the report, the entire unauthorised building portion collapsed completely. 
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed anguish over the collapse of the four-story building in Mumbai's Dongri

The civic body MHADA issued the collapse report of the four-storey Mumbai building in Dongri which confirms that the building was unauthorised. 

According to the report, the entire unauthorised building portion collapsed completely. 

Here is the report: 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed anguish over the collapse of the four-story building in Mumbai's Dongri area in which four people have lost their lives and several have suffered major injuries on Tuesday. Taking to Twitter, the Prime Minister's office condoled the deaths of the citizens in the accident. 

He has further hoped that the injured may recover soon, adding that the Maharashtra Government, NDRF and local authorities are working continuously on the rescue operations.

READ| Mumbai Building Collapse: PM Modi Offers Condolences To Families Of Those Who Lost Their Lives, Says Incident Is 'anguishing'

After a portion of a 30-year-old building at Tandel Streethas collapsed in South Mumbai's crowded Dongri neighbourhood, Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis in his first reaction asserted that the first and initial priority is to rescue the people trapped under the debris. 

Chief Minister of the state moreover added that an investigation will ascertain and fix responsibility for how the tragedy took place. 

He said, "As per the initial information, nearly 15 families are feared to be trapped because of a building collapsed in Dogri. The focus now is on the people stuck beneath the debris. This will be investigated once everything becomes clear". 

READ| Mumbai Building Collapse: Maharashtra CM Fadnavis Focuses On Rescue Of Families Feared Trapped In Collapse Of 30-year-old Dongri Building

DO NOT MISS