Odisha Govt Warns Of Strict Action For Carrying Firecrackers In Buses

SAGAR MALLICK

Bhubaneswar: Following the demise of a lady traveler after a transport coming from Kolkata to Paradip burst into flames on Friday night, Odisha government has given a severe admonition against conveying fireworks in the transports.

 

Addressing media people on Saturday, delegate fire official of Bhubaneswar Abani Lover said there are severe principles against conveying any sort of explosives remembering fireworks for transports because of the danger to the travelers. Infringement of the guidelines will prompt punishment according to the law.

 

“Sadly, certain individuals don’t observe the guidelines and keep on conveying fireworks in traveler transports. We have previously completed mindfulness drive among transport workers and public against such practices. Presently we will authorize the standards stringently,” he added.

 

Transport chief Amitabh Thakur has additionally cautioned individuals against conveying hazardous materials remembering fireworks for the transports.

 

It very well might be noticed that the transport conveying 38 travelers from Kolkata to Paradip burst into flames on the way. The lady, distinguished as Pushpanjali Das of Kendrapada, who was going in the transport with her better half and two youngsters, passed on because of consume wounds.

 

The transport was apparently conveying hazardous materials including fireworks and candles which drove the fire to spread quick. While Pushpanjali kicked the bucket, 25 travelers supported wounds in the episode.

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