A 3-storey construction collapsed in Kasturinagar in Bengaluru on Thursday, October 7. That is the 3rd construction cave in within the town in simply two weeks. None had been injured within the incident as all the ones living within the construction had stepped out prior to the construction in Medical doctors Format got here crashing down.
The construction is alleged to were inbuilt 2014 and used to be housing 3 households.
Police and fireplace and rescue carrier officers arrived on the spot for additional motion. BBMP Commissioner Gaurav Gupta additionally visited the spot later within the night time. “They’d permission for the construction to build flooring plus two flooring in a 60×40 website. However they have got built past that and had been additionally setting up a penthouse. We’re investigating that. There have been a complete of 8 residences, of which 3 had been occupied. They all rushed out after the primary indication. All the construction would now be demolished. We’ve additionally begun a survey of equivalent constructions and can take motion in opposition to those that are at fault even supposing it comprises our BBMP officers,” mentioned Gupta.
On September 27, a three-storey building in Lakkasandra collapsed. Workers of Namma Metro were residing but had vacated earlier after they noticed cracks and tilt in the building. A day later, a portion of a three-storey staff quarters building of Bangalore Milk Union Limited collapsed near Dairy Circle. 18 families were residing here but were all vacated before the collapse.
A meeting headed by Revenue Minister R Ashok was held after the accident where he assured that all dilapidated buildings would be demolished soon. In the BBMP limits in 2019, 185 buildings were inspected and surveyed. Of this, ten buildings were demolished and for the remaining 175 buildings, a notice to the building owners had to be sent. The meeting decided that BESCOM would be intimated to cut the power supply and respective zonal police stations would be intimated to take up the demolition work.
Survey and inspection of such buildings were scheduled to be completed by October 15. In the Belagavi district, seven people died after a building collapsed on Wednesday night due to heavy rains.