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Rahul Gandhi terms Mumbai fire 'tragic', urges party workers extend help

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday condoled with the families of those who died in a fire in Mumbai

Rahul Gandhi

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Press Trust of India New Delhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday condoled with the families of those who died in a fire in Mumbai.
He wished a speedy recovery to the injured and urged party workers to provide assistance to the affected.
"The tragic news of fire in a Mumbai high rise is disturbing. My condolences to the family of those who've lost their lives. Wishing a speedy recovery to the injured," Gandhi said in a Facebook post.
"I appeal to Congress workers to be of every possible assistance," he said.
At least six people died and 15 others were reported injured in a massive fire that broke out this morning in a Mumbai high-rise.
The fire reportedly broke out on the 18th floor of Kamla Building opposite Gandhi Hospital at Gowalia Tank in city's Tardeo area.
Video clips shared on social media showed a plume of dense smoke bellowing from the top of the building. Rescue work is still on.

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First Published: Jan 22 2022 | 1:12 PM IST

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