"Don't Trust State Government": Gujarat High Court After Game Zone Fire Kills 28

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  • Published On: May 27, 2024
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The Rajkot police chief has been transferred days after a horrific fire at a gaming zone in the city killed 28 people, including nine children. The probe so far showed that the gaming zone owner did not have clearance for the building and even the layout plan had no sanction. The Gujarat High Court ripped into the Rajkot civic body and said it could no longer "trust" the state government.

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