In this article, Uday Vijayan points out how Indian buildings lack the basic infrastructure for fire safety with respect to the rapid urbanization. He also addresses the need for providing inbuilt fire safety measures for high-rise buildings.
In the aftermath of Kamala Mills tragedy, there were a number of reported violations across many Indian cities. In a series of inspection in Delhi, around 400 buildings were found to be having fire safety license. Read the full article
Beyond Carlton’s Uday Vijayan explains how underprepared the cities in India are with respect to firesafety.The rapid growth & urbanization has not got city planners to integrate fire safety as a pre-requisite to urban growth. #KamalaMills https://t.co/u80vdjlyHX @KarFireDept
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