Penalised it for not having a legitimate fire-safety licence and failing to resume its no-objection certificates
In a primary, the Mohali hearth division imposed a fantastic of ₹25,000 on Chem Tech Industries within the Industrial Space, Part 7, for not having a legitimate fire-safety licence and failing to resume its no-objection certificates (NOC).
Krishan Lal Kakkar, assistant divisional hearth officer, confirmed the event.
On March 15, a significant hearth had damaged out on the manufacturing facility godown used for storing thinner and chemical compounds. It took 5 hearth tenders to carry the blaze underneath management after three hours. The incident additionally led to the administration ordering hearth audit of commercial models within the district.
The actual fact-finding inquiry carried out into the incident by subdivisional Justice of the Peace Jagdeep Sehgal identified lapses on a part of the manufacturing facility house owners.
In line with the report submitted to the then Mohali deputy commissioner, Gurpreet Kaur Sapra, the economic unit didn’t have a legitimate fire-safety licence regardless of storing tonnes of litres of chemical compounds within the godown unfold over 4 kanal.
The manufacturing facility is owned by two brothers, Satpal Garg and Kishan Garg, and is into manufacture of paints. They’d advised the fireplace division that the employees have been dragging drums, which led to a spark owing to friction and the next hearth. As there was extremely inflammable materials saved within the godown, there have been about 10 blasts that passed off one after the opposite.The manufacturing facility house owners have paid the fantastic, mentioned sources.