The Uttar Pradesh chief minister additionally introduced a monetary help of Rs 10 lakh for the households of the deceased
File picture of Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath. Twitter@myogiadityanath
Lucknow: Taking a critical view of the crematorium roof collapse incident in Muradnagar that claimed 24 lives, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday directed that the National Security Act be slapped in opposition to the accused.
Twenty-four individuals, most of them attending a funeral, have been killed and 17 others injured when the roof of a shelter on the cremation floor in Muradnagar collapsed on Sunday.
In an announcement issued right here, the UP Government mentioned, “Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed that the National Security Act be slapped against the accused persons. He also directed that loss of public money during the construction work be recovered from the contractor and engineers.”
He additionally introduced that monetary help of Rs 10 lakh is supplied to every of the kin of the deceased, and homeless affected households are supplied a house.
The contractor wished in reference to the incident was arrested from a village close to the border of Meerut and Muzaffarnagar districts of Uttar Pradesh, police mentioned on Tuesday.
Contractor Ajay Tyagi, who went into hiding after information of the collapse unfold, was nabbed close to the Ganga canal bridge of Sathedi village by a joint workforce of Muradnagar and Niwari police.
The Ghaziabad Police had on Monday arrested Muradnagar Nagar Palika Executive Officer Niharika Singh, Junior Engineer Chandra Pal, and Supervisor Ashish as they have been concerned within the tendering course of for constructing the construction. They have been despatched to judicial custody for 14 days.
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