Alauddin Ghazi killed, 4 others injured in Kolkata house collapseduring Durga Puja

Kolkata: People were busy with durga puja on the day of Mahasaptami (Mahasaptami) in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. Meanwhile, in central Kolkata, one person was killed and four others injured when a part of the house collapsed again. The injured have been admitted to the hospital. His condition remains critical. This is the third incident of house collapse and death in Kolkata during the last one month. Six people have lost their lives in two separate incidents in the first house collapse.

The incident is of Canal East Road No. 35 of central Kolkata. One person was killed when part of the roof of the house collapsed here. The deceased has been identified as Alauddin Ghazi while four others were seriously injured. He has been taken to NRS hospital for treatment. Locals say the factory operates in a house on Canal East Road No. 35 in central Kolkata. Repair work was going on in them during the puja. At the same time, a part of the roof suddenly collapsed.

Masons and workers who carried out repairs have been injured. The police are investigating the entire cases. Locals say the house is quite old and repair work was going on. It was during this time that the incident took place. This factory was closed for quite some time.

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