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Ahmedabad accident: PM declares financial aid, CM asks for report in 3 days

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According to the office of Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani, the investigation has been directed under the leadership of Additional Chief Secretary of Home Department Sangeeta Singh of Shrey Hospital accident. CM has asked to report in three days.

New Delhi: PM Modi has announced financial assistance for those killed in the ICU fire of an Ahmedabad covid hospital fire in Ahmedabad, Gujarat . In the early hours of Thursday, 8 people died and many were injured. Please tell that a fire broke out at Shrey Hospital in Navarangpur area of ​​Ahmedabad on Thursday morning. In this hospital specially  Kovid-19 (Covid-19)The patients were being treated. Immediately after the incident, 40 hospitalized patients were evacuated safely and were admitted to another hospital. CM Vijay Rupani has ordered an inquiry into the incident and has given a report in three days. At the same time, PM Narendra Modi has announced a financial assistance of Rs 2 lakh from the Prime Minister National Relief Fund (PMNRF) for those killed in the accident. Apart from this, the people injured in the accident have also announced the help of 50-50 thousand rupees. 

Earlier, Prime Minister Modi expressed grief over the incident and expressed condolences to the bereaved families and wished the injured to recover soon. With this, the Prime Minister said that he has spoken to the CM of Gujarat Vijay Rupani and the Mayor of Ahmedabad regarding this incident. The PM assured that the administration is providing all possible help to the affected people. 

According to the office of Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani, the investigation has been directed under the leadership of Additional Chief Secretary of Home Department Sangeeta Singh of Shrey Hospital accident. CM has asked to report in three days.  

Gujarat is one of the 10 most affected states of coronavirus in India with over 65,000 coronovirus cases so far . So far, around 48,000 patients have been cured. More than 19 lakh patients have been affected by the epidemic in India; So far, over 39,000 people have died due to the highly contagious disease.

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