Suspended Officials In Rajkot Fire Case To Face Questioning Within 2 Days: SIT Chief

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Suspended Officials In Rajkot Fire Case To Face Questioning Within 2 Days: SIT Chief

| Updated: May 29, 2024 16:08

Subhash Trivedi, the head of the Special Investigation Team (SIT), said on Wednesday that all suspended officials, including IAS, IPS, and fire department officers, will be summoned and questioned concerning the incident at the TRP Gamezone in Rajkot within a day or two.

Members of the SIT held a meeting with the Minister of State for Home, Harsh Sanghavi, in Gandhinagar. 

After the conclusion of the meeting, SIT head Subhash Trivedi said, “This is a very unfortunate incident. When we visited the scene, we also felt the same anguish as everyone else, as we are also citizens. Initially, decisions have been made based on the files presented within 24 hours, but that does not mean that any culprit will be spared.”

“All IAS and IPS officers will be questioned. Instructions from the Home Minister are clear that whether it is IAS, IPS, or IFS, they will all be summoned and interrogated within one or two days,” he added.

“We had to find the people who were missing or dead in a 3000-degree Celsius temperature, so clearing the areas was not intended to destroy anything but to find out any remains of the missing people or deceased individuals so that DNA and FSL analysis could be conducted to identify them,” the senior officer said in reference to the game zone area being cleared within days of the accident.

Concerning reports that thousands of litres of petrol were kept in the game zone, he said: “As per the Petroleum Act, if the quantity is more than 30 litres, permission has to be obtained. The FSL team is preparing a report on the matter, and action will be taken based on that report.”

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