"Can't Run Game Zone At Cost Of Children Being Killed": Gujarat High Court | Read

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  • Published On: May 27, 2024
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The Gujarat High Court on Monday lamented the heart-breaking death of 28 people, including nine children, after a fire ripped through a gaming zone in Rajkot that lacked the required permits. The gaming zone - backed by six partners, of whom only two have been arrested so far, was set up in 2021, but did not apply for a fire safety certificate till this year, the court was told.

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