Surat Fire: Fire in Surat’s Takshshila complex, death of 19 students, many leaps to save lives.
Surat Fire: 19 people died in a fierce fire on the second floor of a multi-story building in Sarathana, Gujarat.
Surat Fire: 19 students died in a fierce fire on the second floor of Takshila, located in Sarathana area of Surat, Gujarat. The coaching center was running in the floor where the fire broke out. To avoid the fire, some students studying in the coaching center jumped from the top, who was admitted to the hospital in critical condition. 18 vehicles of fire brigade have reached the spot and efforts are on to control the fire. The news agency ANI talked to Surat police commissioner that at least 19 people have died in the accident and the number could increase. People’s video jumped from the building on social media too has become viral.
PM Modi has also expressed grief at the incident. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) also tweeted, “I am very hurt from this tragedy in Surat. My feelings are with the families of the victims. I pray that those injured in the accident will be healthy soon.
At the same time, the Gujarat government and the local administration have asked the affected people to extend every possible help. Gujarat Chief Minister’s office said, “Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has ordered an inquiry into the incident. The Chief Minister also announced financial assistance of Rs 4 lakh to the family members of the deceased children in the incident.
Officials said that a fire on the third and fourth floors of the Taxila area of Surat Fire was set on fire. He said that no casualties have been confirmed yet in the accident. Students are seen jumping from the third and fourth floors of the building in the video being shown on TV channels. A fire brigade official said that 19 fire engines were sent on the spot and two hydraulic platforms were also made to control the fire. Local people are also helping the officers in the rescue operation. The fire engineer said, “The students had started jumping from the third and fourth floors to avoid the fire. Many children have been escorted to the hospital. Trying to control the fire continues.