"Assotech The Nest" Society is located at Crossings Republik, Ghaziabad. This CCTV footage is of 29 November. It is seen in the footage that three girls trapped in the lift are trying to get out. She is screaming and calling for help.
UP/Ghaziabad: The video of 3 girls stuck in the lift of a society in Ghaziabad for 20 minutes is going viral. According to the police, three girls were stuck in the lift of Assotech Next Society in Ghaziabad for 20 minutes.
This lift came down from the 20th floor and got stuck on the 11th floor. All the three girls were getting scared to come out. She kept crying, pleading with folded hands. During this, a girl was also seen trying to open the gate with her hand. In this case, the police have registered a police case against a builder. In the police complaint, it has been said that the girls were stuck in the lift for 20 minutes, due to which their lives were in danger.
लिफ्ट अटकने से तीन मासूम बच्चियां करीब 24 मिनट तक फंसी रहीं. इस दौरान उनका डर की वजह से रो रोकर बुरा हाल था.
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“Assotech The Nest” Society is located at Crossings Republik, Ghaziabad. This CCTV footage is of 29 November. It is seen in the footage that three girls trapped in the lift are trying to get out. She is screaming and calling for help. A girl tries to press all the buttons of the lift in a hurry, but to no avail. At the same time, the third girl is trying to pull the gate with her hand. But all three fail. Finally, after about 20 minutes, the three girls could be taken out by opening the lift manually.
One of these girls is 8 years old. Her father said in the complaint given to the police that people often get stuck in the lift of the society and many of their complaints are ignored. The complaint states that it poses a serious risk to children and senior citizens and can lead to a serious accident. He says that after this incident, other children of the society including his daughter are also scared of using the lift.
In Delhi-NCR, especially Noida and Ghaziabad where hundreds of new construction projects have come up in recent years, such incidents of residents getting stuck in lifts are becoming common.
In the police complaint, the father of one of the girls, who is an 8-year-old, alleged that people often got stuck in the building’s elevators and their multiple complaints had been ignored. “It poses serious risks to children and senior citizens, and can cause a serious accident,” the complaint said. Children are now scared to use the elevator, the parent added.
Such incidents of residents being stuck in lifts are increasingly becoming common in the Delhi-NCR region, especially Noida and Ghaziabad, where hundreds of new building projects have mushroomed in recent years.