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Hotel Levana fire: UP CM Yogi Adityanath suspends 15 officials over irregularities, negligence

According to the spokesperson of the state government, the Chief Minister has directed strict action against the officials who were negligent in the hotel fire incident in Lucknow.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s hunter has run on the officers who were negligent in the Hotel Levana fire case of capital Lucknow. After receiving the inquiry, the Chief Minister has directed for strict action against 19 others including four retired officers. Action will also be taken against retired officers under departmental rules.

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This action of the Chief Minister has been seen after receiving the investigation report of the Police Commission and the Divisional Commissioner. According to the spokesperson of the state government, the Chief Minister has directed strict action against the officials who were negligent in the hotel fire incident in Lucknow.

According to the instructions of the Chief Minister, departmental action will be taken against the officers of Home Department, Energy Department, Appointment Department, Lucknow Development Authority and Excise Department by suspending them. Whereas action will be taken against the retired officers under the prevailing rules of the departments concerned.

However, action will be taken against chief fire officer (retired) Abhay Bhan Pandey, LDA executive engineer (retired) Arun Kumar Singh, executive engineer (retired) Om Prakash Mishra, and assistant engineer (retired) Ganeshi Dutt Singh under applicable rules.

Following sources, the report, which was turned in the early hours of Saturday, noted that officials did not raise a red flag on various violations on the hotel grounds. According to reports, flaws in the hotel’s fire-fighting equipment were discovered, regardless of the inadequate fire-fighting arrangements.

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According to the joint report, deficiencies were discovered in the hotel’s fire-fighting equipment. Furthermore, it was discovered that the fire department had issued a NOC despite the hotel’s inadequate fire-fighting arrangements.

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