IRS officer jumps from burning Delhi hotel

NEW DELHI: Two individuals jumped from a resort development in Karol Bagh house of Delhi in a bid to avoid wasting themselves from a fireplace that killed 17 other folks on early Tuesday morning. Officials have showed that both of them succumbed to their injuries.

"One of the deceased, Suresh kumar, was an officer of the Indian Revenue Services (IRS) and was posted as assistant commissioner (income tax) at Jhandewalan in Delhi," mentioned officers. The different deceased used to be a resort workforce member.

The fireplace broke out in Hotel Arpit Palace in central Delhi's Karol Bagh at around 4.30am.

A video of the incident showed two other folks jumping from the fourth flooring of the burning development.

At least 30 fireplace tenders had been rushed to the spot and the fire has been doused, the fire division mentioned.

"The cause of the fire is yet to be investigated. 30 fire tenders had been rushed to the spot. The rescue operation is over. There was wooden panelling on the corridor because of which people could not use the corridors to escape," a fireplace authentic used to be quoted through ANI as saying.

"The fire has been doused. We have to look for bodies, if any, inside the hotel. Those injured have been sent to hospital," deputy chief fireplace officer Sunil Choudhary mentioned.

(With ANI inputs)
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