10 people were killed as the fire broke out in a cracker factory in Warangal district, Telangana, yesterday. There were 15 workers working in the factory when the incident happened.
The workers are admitted in MGM Hospital and 3 of them are in very critical condition, while two workers are yet to be found of the 10 victims, 6 were women, and a minor boy was also killed in the fire. The incident had happened at Kashibugga's Bhadrakali fireworks. M Haritha, the Warangal collector had rushed to the location and after looking at the damage ordered an inquiry into the issue.
Police are having a tough time
identifying the bodies, as some of them have been charred badly to even recognize.
The family members of the deceased are found at MGM hospital currently. Police
suspect that the reason for fire may be a short circuit, and currently, the
factory owner Gullapelli Rajkumar has been in the hiding. The fire has now been
brought under control.
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