Yogi government in action after Lucknow fire, now illegal hotels will run bulldozers

Yogi government in action after Lucknow fire, now illegal hotels will run bulldozers

In the Hazratganj area of ​​Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, 4 people lost their lives due to a fire in the Lavana hotel in the early hours of today. It is worth noting that the Lucknow Development Authority had recently issued a notice to the hotel and today this fire has happened. If the hotel administration had woken up after the notice, four people would not have lost their lives. At the same time, he had to work hard to save the people trapped inside. Somewhere the glass was chopped and somewhere the wall was broken, at the time of the rescue operation, the scene at Lewana Hotel was quite frightening. At the same time, the Yogi government has ordered an inquiry into the case. Read what happened till the rescue operation after the hotel caught fire

A fierce fire broke out in the Lewana Hotel in Lucknow on Monday morning. 4 people, including two women, died in this fire.
The Levana Hotel was issued a notice from the Development Authority a few days ago and today a painful accident occurred.
After the Levana Hotel Fire, hotel owners Rahul Aggarwal and Rohit Aggarwal have been taken into custody by the police.
The work of evacuating people trapped in hotel rooms was done on a war footing. With the help of JCB, the administration broke the glass and the hotel wall and saved people's lives.
When there was a fire in the Lewana Hotel, many people inside were present with their families. He was taken out with the help of the police.
At the time of the fire, a family was trapped in hotel room number 214. At the same time, 35 to 40 people were present in the hotel.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached the hospital and met the scorched people in the fire and came to know about them.
The Yogi government is in action mode after the fire in the hotel. The Mandalayukta has also issued an order to take action on the remaining illegal hotels.
The Mandalayukta has issued an order to the Lucknow Development Authority to seal the Lewana Hotel and take action to demolish it according to the rules.
According to the information of Lucknow Police Commissioner SB Shirodkar, a forensic audit will be done for the building of the Lewana Hotel.