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Delhi: Last victim of Mundka fire tragedy laid to rest

Deputy commissioner of police (outer) Sameer Sharma said, “Last rites of the last deceased Geeta Devi , one of the victims of Mundka fire incident, were performed at Sultanpuri crematorium. May all the 27 victims rest in peace,” he said adding that police facilitated the funeral.
The police had to conduct DNA tests on the bodies of the 27 people who died in the blaze in Mundka, one of the most deadly fire incidents in Delhi, since they were charred beyond recognition.(PTI)
The police had to conduct DNA tests on the bodies of the 27 people who died in the blaze in Mundka, one of the most deadly fire incidents in Delhi, since they were charred beyond recognition.(PTI)
Updated on Jun 30, 2022 04:22 AM IST
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Mundka fire: Man claims body of his wife cremated by family of other victim

NEW DELHI: Manoj Kumar, 40, had been waiting for authorities to hand over the remains of the body of his wife Sweety, 32, who was among the 27 people charred to death in a devastating fire in a CCTV assembling unit in north-west Delhi’s Mundka on May 13
The Mundka fire is one of the worst fire incidents that Delhi has seen since the 2019 Anaj Mandi tragedy that claimed 43 lives.(Raj K Raj/Hindustan Times)
The Mundka fire is one of the worst fire incidents that Delhi has seen since the 2019 Anaj Mandi tragedy that claimed 43 lives.(Raj K Raj/Hindustan Times)
Updated on Jun 24, 2022 12:42 PM IST
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Mundka fire: 10 more bodies identified, 6 more to go

With this, bodies of as many as 21 out of the total 27 victims have been recognised, police and forensic officials said on Wednesday.
The Mundka fire, which broke out on May 13, is one of the worst fire incidents that Delhi has seen since the 2019 Anaj Mandi tragedy that claimed 43 lives.
The Mundka fire, which broke out on May 13, is one of the worst fire incidents that Delhi has seen since the 2019 Anaj Mandi tragedy that claimed 43 lives.
Updated on Jun 08, 2022 11:53 PM IST
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Mundka fire: Tough to get DNA due to degree of charring, says FSL

Families of 19 persons on June 3 staged a protest demanding that they be given DNA reports so that they could get some closure regarding the fate of their loved ones and perform last rites in the event of them being dead and not “missing”.
On May 13, a massive fire broke out at the assembling unit where over 100 employees were attending session by a motivational speaker around 4pm. While many managed to escape the building, either by jumping through the windows or with the help of a crane that locals had arranged, 27 bodies or their charred remains were recovered, police had said. (HT Archive)
On May 13, a massive fire broke out at the assembling unit where over 100 employees were attending session by a motivational speaker around 4pm. While many managed to escape the building, either by jumping through the windows or with the help of a crane that locals had arranged, 27 bodies or their charred remains were recovered, police had said. (HT Archive)
Published on Jun 07, 2022 12:10 AM IST
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Families of Mundka fire victims protest, demand DNA test report

  • At least 27 people lost their lives and several others were injured when a blaze engulfed a three-storey building in west Delhi’s Mundka on May 13.
The charred building in Mundka. (Raj K Raj/HT)
The charred building in Mundka. (Raj K Raj/HT)
Updated on Jun 02, 2022 06:11 AM IST
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