Two years after 90 patients and others choked to death in fumes from a fire at AMRI hospital in Dhakuria, the families of victims expressed anger that justice has not been done yet.
A court refused bail to AMRI Hospital director RS Agarwal, arrested in connection with the Dec 9 fire incident in the high-cost health facility that left 94 dead.
The West Bengal unit of BJP on Friday complained to the Governor that the state
government acted in an "improper manner" in the AMRI fire incident.
Calcutta HC directed WB govt and the AMRI to file affidavits within five weeks stating their positions on the payment of compensation to the victims.
Smoke billowed again on Thursday morning
from the AMRI Hospital, where 93 people were died earlier this month, but the situation was soon controlled.
A city court rejected the bail prayer of RS Agarwal, one of the directors of AMRI
Following the AMRI hospital disaster in Kolkata, Meghalaya government directed the
state hospitals to install facilities for the safety of patients.
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