Screening of films in Priya Cinema where a fire had broken out during night show on Sunday would be closed for a few days more as the probe into the incident was still on, fire brigade officials said here today.
"We have asked the theatre owners to send us a report about the incident and fire safety measures taken on their part including specifying the number of exit gates," Jagmohan told reporters today.
"Besides, we are going through the findings of our own team besides going through report of other agencies," he said.
The government would take every step to ensure safety of the audience and those visiting the restaurants functioning on the ground floor of the theatre, he said.
He reiterated that the theatre followed all safety regulations laid down by fire services and other public utilities.
The fire had broken out at the movie theatre in Deshapriya Park area of south Kolkata during a show of a Bengali film on August 5 at around 10:15 pm.
Cinemagoers had managed to exit after smoke filled the auditorium in the middle of the show. Four members of Dutta's family and a staff member were trapped on the roof, but were evacuated safely by fire brigade personnel
There was no report of any casualty.
The minister, who had gone to the spot after the incident on August 5, said all angles, including the possibility of the fire originating from a ground-floor food outlet, would be investigated.
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