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Maharashtra Chemical Fire Kills 8, Injures 60; Factory to be Relocated

May 24, 2024
Maharashtra Chemical Fire

A major fire ripped through a chemical factory in Maharashtra, India, claiming the lives of eight people and injuring 60 others.

Chief Minister Eknath Shinde expressed his condolences to the families of the victims and announced relief measures. The families will receive five lakh rupees each, and the injured will be provided with free medical treatment.

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Investigators believe the fire originated at Amudan Chemicals, located within the Thane district’s Industrial Development Corporation area. The blaze’s intensity caused damage to seven nearby factories.

Shinde, highlighting the impact on surrounding residents, has ordered the relocation of the chemical plant.

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