Manoj Mukhiya : “Death toll in Aether Industries fire rises to 10 as another labourer succumbs to burns”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Another worker who sustained injuries in the Aether Industries fire incident has tragically passed away, bringing the death toll in the accident to 10. Currently, 13 laborers remain hospitalized in two private facilities in Surat as they continue to receive medical treatment.

The latest victim, identified as 34-year-old Manoj Mukhiya, was a resident of Sachin GIDC and originally from Uttar Pradesh. Mukhiya had suffered severe burns amounting to 70 percent of his body and was undergoing treatment at the Apple Hospital in Udhna. His body has been sent to the New Civil Hospital for a post-mortem examination.

This fatality follows the death of Chitranjan Yadav, another injured worker who succumbed to his injuries on Sunday. Yadav had sustained burns on over 60 percent of his body.

Among the 13 laborers still receiving treatment, three are reported to be in critical condition. Balram Bega (30), Narendra Pathak (36), and Munnalal Yadav (22) are all fighting for their lives in different hospitals.

The Sachin police have filed a case of accidental death in relation to the fire incident. Authorities are currently investigating the cause of the accident to determine any potential negligence on the part of Aether Industries.

The tragic incident at the Aether Industries plant has raised concerns about workplace safety and the well-being of laborers. The local government and authorities are being urged to ensure stringent safety protocols are in place to prevent such accidents in the future.

The loss of lives in this devastating fire has sent shockwaves through the community, leaving families and loved ones mourning their untimely deaths. The injured laborers continue to receive medical care and support, with hopes for their recovery.

As this investigation unfolds, it is important for all stakeholders to work together to improve safety measures and prevent future disasters in industries across the region.

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