Deputy Chief Minister (Home) N China Rajappa spoke to the district SP over phone and directed him to ensure better medicare to the injured.
He directed the SP to conduct an inquiry into the incident and submit a report immediately.
The Deputy CM also asked the district administration to crackdown on illegal cracker manufacturing units, if any.
Meanwhile, sources said the toll might go up as many suffered serious burns in the incident.
This year there have been several incidents involving firecrackers.
On October 29, four persons suffered minor injuries, while more than 150 stalls and 40 vehicles were today gutted when a major blaze swept through a firecrackers market in Central Maharashtra.
Eight persons died in a fire accident in Sivakasi, the cracker manufacturing hub in Tamil Nadu on October 20.
Five men were charred to death after a fire broke out at a cracker factory in Tamil Nadu's Villupuram district on October 9.
Four people, including two women, died in an explosion at a licenced cracker factory at Chinappampatty in Tamil Nadu's Salem district on May 3.
(With inputs from Agencies)
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