Dr Jitendra Singh expresses grief, says all doable assist being offered
JAMMU: A minimum of seven individuals from Jammu and Kashmir died after a compressor in a chilly storage plant exploded in Daurala space of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh on Friday.
An official stated that the explosion came about within the afternoon and at the least 25 employees have been current on the positioning.
He stated a few of them have been evacuated safely whereas among the many deceased 7 belonged to Jammu and Kashmir.
The deceased have been recognized as Balwant, Baldev, Balbir Singh, Sat Pal, Ramesh Lal, Kalu—all residents of Udhampur and Hoshiywar Singh of Ramban.
In the meantime, Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh expressed grief over the accident and stated all doable assist was being offered to sufferer households.
“Simply now spoke to DC Meerut Mr Deepak Meena (IAS) on receiving the report about some individuals from Jammu And Kashmir turning into victims of the unlucky accident at Daurala Chilly Storage. Unhappy to notice that out of seven deaths, 6 individuals belong to district Udhampur and 1 from district Ramban,” he tweeted.
He additionally stated 9 injured have been shifted to the hospital, whereas directions have been issued to offer all doable assist—(KNO)
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