NMC Chief Issues Action Against the Building Violations

It was more than two years before today’s Kamala Mill fire and the deaths of 14 people in the mishap are still remembered by all in the region. The NMC has now been involved against all the non-complaint premises in the area. So, about 22 rooftops restaurants in Nagpur have been deemed unsafe as fire for the city’s fire safety and maintenance department. The civic body has begun inspecting all commercial buildings in the city and has now begun to take action against those who remain uncomplaining.

According to the Fire and Safety Department’s guidelines, they requested the city’s commercial buildings to adhere to the standards set out in the Safety Measures Act 2006. This isn’t the first time restaurants have been aimed at the commercial building and the terrace. They too were done earlier and the notices were released but only a few adhered to it.

According to reports from the Maha Regional and Town Planning department, a number of the rooftop restaurants were run along with the commercial buildings over the terraces and hotels. Such regulations further audit the fire department to have all the city’s 22 rooftops to have the systems immediately face-the-music based. Some of the restaurants located alongside Sadar, Koradi Road and others in areas such as Amravati Road, Wardha Road, Sitabuldi and Manish Nagar have faced this problem.

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