Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said that he has requested that the civil official complete an underlying examination concerning the bridge breakdown near CST in Mumbai and “fix primary responsibility by the evening”. Mr. Fadnavis was addressing correspondents in the wake of visiting a portion of the harmed at St Georges Hospital. One person is in the ICU while nine others are being treated in the wards and every one of them is out of peril, said the Chief Minister.
Mumbai Bridge Collapse: 34 Injured, 6 Killed
Mr. Fadnavis said that the basic review done recently is faulty and the person who gave the safety certificate in the wake of recommending minor fixes has a “big responsibility”. Mr. Fadnavis said that the basic review done recently is faulty and the person who gave the safety certificate in the wake of recommending minor fixes has a “big responsibility”.
“If required the audit report must be revisited,” said the Chief Minister, including that he has taught the police not to save anybody in charge of the breakdown of the foot overbridge.
A First Information Report (FIR) has been registered and a high-level state test requested into the occurrence the Chief Minister said.
Then, the Railway service has accused Brihanmumbai Corporation, the Mumbai city body under the Shiv Sena, for the extension breakdown yet Sena official, Anil Desai has denied the charge.
Furious workers demanded strict action against authorities who had audited the overbridge and thought that it was “safe”. Subhash Gupta, leader of Rail Yatri Parishad stated,
“The days of blame game should be over now. Action should be taken against the auditors, who certified this bridge structurally safe.”
Six people were killed and 34 harmed after a part of a foot overbridge near to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus railroad station crumbled on Thursday evening. The person on foot connects interfaces the railroad station to the Azad Maidan police headquarters.