Two AMRI senior officials granted bail
Kolkata: A city court on Tuesday granted bail to
two senior officials of AMRI hospital, where over 90 people
died in a devastating fire last December.
District sessions judge of Alipore Sudeb Mitra granted
bail to Sanjib Pal and DN Agarwal.
A devastating fire broke out in the basement of AMRI
hospital`s seven-storied centrally air-conditioned annexe
building in the early hours of December 9.
More than 90 people, most of them patients, were
suffocated to death from poisonous smoke that entered the
floors through the AC ducts.
Of the 13 people - nine directors and four employees -
arrested on charge of culpable homicide not amounting to
murder, 11 have so far been enlarged on bail.
Three other accused directors of the hospital are
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Congress workers blow up pigeons by blasting them inside rockets
- Beef row: Lalu Prasad Yadav contradicts his statements
- Lalu Yadav's son Tejasvi Yadav wants to change the face of Bihar education
- Indian Army 5th deadliest in the world: Report
- Indrani Mukerjea attains consciousness; is now out of danger
- Indrani Mukerjea regains consciousness, out of danger, says hospital
- Is Salman Khan - Aamir Khan friendship over?
- Dadri lynching case: Sadhvi Prachi makes provocative remark, says beef-eaters deserve such fate
- Modi must be punished, he has cheated people: Ram Jethmalani
- Was Giani Zail Singh planning to topple Rajiv Gandhi govt in 1987?