Owner arrested over blast in Bengaluru godown which killed 3 people
Team Udayavani, Sep 25, 2021, 10:38 AM IST
Bengaluru: The Bengaluru police have arrested the owner of the godown in Chamarajpet where a blast took place on Thursday and killed three people.
As per the police, the explosion was triggered by a firecracker blast. The arrested accused Ganesh Babu, a proprietor of Sri Patrakali Amman Lorry Service Godown had brought a consignment of firecrackers for the upcoming festival season from Sivakasi in Tamil Nadu.
The blast occurred when godown worker Manohar was pushing a trolley loaded with a box of firecrackers, killing him and one Aslam who was working at a puncture shop nearby.
Additional Commissioner of Police (West) Soumendu Mukherjee confirmed that the godown owner had no permission or licence to store crackers in the building.
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