Mumbai fire: Police registers case of accidental death

Last Updated: Friday, June 22, 2012 - 12:10

Mumbai: Mumbai Police has registered a case of accidental death after three persons died in the massive fire in the Maharashtra state secretariat.

The Marine Lines police have registered a case in the incident and are investigating the matter, police sources said.

Meanwhile, the family of constable Mohan Shankar More, who was posted in the Chief Minister`s cabin, claimed that he had not returned home since yesterday.
Police said they are searching for him.

Earlier, forensic experts also visited the site as part of an inquiry being conducted by police to collect samples from the spot for probing the cause of the blaze.

Mumbai: Mumbai Police has registered a case of accidental death after three persons died in the massive fire in the Maharashtra state secretariat.

The Marine Lines police have registered a case in the incident and are investigating the matter, police sources said.

Meanwhile, the family of constable Mohan Shankar More, who was posted in the Chief Minister`s cabin, claimed that he had not returned home since yesterday.
Police said they are searching for him.

Earlier, forensic experts also visited the site as part of an inquiry being conducted by police to collect samples from the spot for probing the cause of the blaze.

Some of them have suffered suffocation, while others have sustained minor injuries on hands and legs, J J Hospital dean Dr T P Lahane said.

PTI



First Published: Friday, June 22, 2012 - 12:03

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