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New Delhi: CIC alert failed to wake up authorities


akhilesh yadav
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NEW DELHI: Even as a part of Parliament shot up in flames on Sunday, the Delhi fire department had admitted that the building faced serious fire hazard less than four months earlier. In response to an RTI query, the fire department said the Parliament building was last inspected in 2013 when several shortcomings were found. The response prompted the Central Information Commission to pull up the department and seek remedial action.

 

 

Read at: CIC alert failed to wake up authorities - The Times of India

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And Sir, You would be shocked to know that except for Civil Hospital, none of Government buildings in the city of Gurgaon has neither applied for Fire Safety Certificate ( NOC as per Haryana Fire Services Act 2009) and most of the buildings are sitting on the danger as was Parliament House.

 

The above information was revealed to undersigned under RTI Act 2005 and media also made a lot of noises but nothing happened.

 

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After all all are Public Authorities and know their responsibilities. The fire dept., which has not much work to do and can only earn some regular income ignores these Public Authorities, as there is no use personally for them. In case of Private organisations, Fire dept., will be after them regularly.

I do not know, whether Parliament atleast now (After to-day's fire accident outside in AC room) awakes from slumber.

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Learned Mr. G L N Prasad Sir,

 

I am precisely doing this to awake the public authorities as well as Fire Department by knocking the door of CM site Harsamadhan. The action has started and shall follow it till all these PA/s are NOC Compliant as mandated under Haryana Fire Service Act 2009.

 

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