Delhi Orders Fire Safety Audit Of All Hospitals After Blaze At Children's Hospital

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Delhi Health Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj said that fire safety equipment will be made compulsory in every hospital irrespective of its size, adding that the baby care hospital in Vivek Vihar did not have a No Objection Certificate (NOC) related to fire safety. This decision comes a day after seven newborns died in a blaze at the baby care hospital in Vivek Vihar. Watch this detailed discussion on the fire safety situation of Delhi hospitals.

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