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Ahmedabad hospital fire: 'Taking help of fire, forensic experts in probe', informs JCP

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Ahmedabad hospital fire: 'Taking help of fire, forensic experts in probe', informs JCP

Ahmedabad hospital fire: 'Taking help of fire, forensic experts in probe', informs JCP

A massive fire broke out at a COVID care hospital in Gujarat's Ahmedabad on August 06.

Around eight people died in the fire at Shrey Hospital in Ahmedabad.

More details are awaited in this regard.

While speaking to media, the JCP at Sector 1 in Ahmedabad, Rajendra Asari spoke on Shrey Hospital fire incident which has claimed 8 lives.

He said, "We are taking the help of fire and forensic experts in the investigation." "A trustee of the hospital is being interrogated and will take help from CCTV footage in this incident," he added.


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