Swapnalok fire: Pawan shocked, take up inspections soon.. Request to Sarkar

Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan has expressed shock over the fire incident in Secunderabad’s Swapnalok complex in which six people lost their lives. In this regard, a statement was released on Friday. It is sad that four young women and two young men have died. Pawan expressed regret that the children of Telangana, who came to the capital holding their stomachs in their hands for a job, died in this accident. Janasenani expressed that they all belong to lower middle class families. They got caught in the fire and did not know how to get out. They choked on the smoke and finally lost their lives in the hospital. Pawan Kalyan demanded a scientific investigation into this accident.

He expressed shock that three people died in a fire in Secunderabad recently.. Now this accident is happening. He said that in the background of these series of accidents, it is necessary to know whether the correct standards were followed during the construction of the building or not. Pawan said that there will be an opportunity to prevent such accidents from happening. The Janasena demanded that offices and shopping malls should be inspected frequently and the maintenance of power lines there. Pawan asked the Telangana government to provide better treatment to those injured in the Swapnalok complex accident and to give adequate compensation to the families of the deceased. He said that he is praying for the peace of the souls of those who died in this accident.

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A fire broke out at Swapnalok Complex near Secunderabad Paradise around 6.30 pm on Thursday. Six lives were lost in this incident. The fire broke out in this eight-storey building due to a short circuit on the seventh floor. The fire that started like that gradually spread to the other floors of the building. On receiving the information about the fire, the fire department personnel rushed to the spot with fire engines and took up the rescue operation. More than a dozen fire engines were used to bring the fire under control.

The complex will have garment shops, computer institutes, call centers and other government and private offices. If it was always crowded, then a fire broke out in this complex and all the people in it were panicked. They ran out in different directions. As the fire spread in order, some people could not come down due to the smoke and paint cans bursting with firecrackers.

More than 15 people were trapped in the fire. Firefighters rescued them with the help of heavy cranes. Six of them were brought out unconscious. They were immediately taken to hospitals. But the doctors could not save them. Doctors confirmed that Pramila (22), Vennela (22), Shravani (22), Triveni (22) and Shiva (22) died in Gandhi Hospital. At the same time, doctors said that Prashant (23) passed away at Apollo Hospital.



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