Delhi Fire: This comes to light in 3D mapping report in Anaj Mandi case
Delhi Fire: This comes to light in 3D mapping report in Anaj Mandi case

New Delhi: The crime branch of the Delhi Police has received a report of 3D mapping in the Aanzamandi fire case a few days ago. It has been said that the fire in the factory was on the second floor. After this, the fire started spreading. Apart from this, no other report has been received by the police. It has been 25 days since last Friday and no important report has come yet. The Crime Branch of Delhi Police is investigating the Grainmandi fire. 45 people were killed in this fire. The crime branch had done 3D mapping with a 3D laser scanning machine. Outside and inside layout of the building has been prepared with 3D mapping. It will also know where and what was kept in the part of the house at the time of the fire. Whether there was any escape space in the building and how the structure of the building was.

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According to sources, every floor from the top to the bottom of the building had a similar map. The ground floor was used as a warehouse. Cardboard and plastic grains were kept in the warehouse. The building had 2 steps to go up. There was luggage on a ladder, because of this the road was closed. The police have arrested the 2 owners of the building, Rehan and his brother-in-law Sohail. The third owner has escaped.

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After the fire in Grainmandi, there has been a fire in many places in Delhi. Like Grain mandi, in the congested and densely populated areas of Delhi, many factories are running indiscriminately. Even there, fire safety standards are not taken sincerely. Even after this scandal, this bitter truth was sealed. Unfortunately, the investigation goes on and after a few days, everything becomes normal.

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