Ghaziabad: During the storm in Ghaziabad, the wall of the house fell on the roof of another, a 4-year-old child died. Ghaziabad News


Ghaziabad/Noida: A resident of Ghaziabad on Saturday filed a police complaint, alleging that the roof of his house collapsed during a storm on Friday evening, killing his four-year-old son, a due to the collapse of the wall of the adjoining house and demanded criminal action against him. Its owner and two others were injured in the incident. Another death was reported from Noida after a scaffolding fell. ACP (View City) Poonam Mishra said a portion of the wall of a four-storey under-construction house owned by Rajesh Chauhan in Sudamapuri Colony fell on the roof of an adjoining house at around 10 pm last night. “Shabh, his mother and infant brother were sleeping in the downstairs room. Shubh sustained serious injuries when the ceiling collapsed. The boy died while his mother and brother were injured,” Mishra said. In his complaint, The family has accused Chauhan of compromising on quality and safety standards during the construction of the wall. He claimed that the wall was weak and therefore collapsed. “We filed Section 304A of the IPC against Chauhan (Causing death by negligence) has been registered. The police will investigate whether there was any negligence during the construction of the wall,'' said the ACP. In Noida, a 50-year-old laborer was crushed to death and three others were injured when an iron scaffolding working to repair a building in Sector 58 fell on them. Govind Jha of Khoda Colony sustained head injuries and died during treatment. The other three are being treated at the hospital, police said. A dust storm, followed by rain and gusty winds of 50-70 kmph hit Delhi-NCR on Friday after days of scorching heat. Several electric poles and trees were uprooted in different areas of Noida and Ghaziabad. The incident also disrupted traffic movement in Sector 51 of Noida. Residents of H block of the sector came under the brunt of the overnight shutdown. Sanjeev Kumar, a resident of Sector 51, told TOI that at least four electric poles were uprooted by the storm. “As a result, there was blackout in this block from 9 pm on Friday to Saturday morning. Electric poles were rusted and fell in the wind. We are requesting the electricity department to avoid such untoward incidents in future. Therefore, electricity infrastructure should be expanded.” Kumar said. In Ghaziabad, electricity poles fell in Madhuban Bapodham area. After the storm, the region experienced disturbances for several hours, with Noida recording a high of 37 degrees Celsius and a low of 26 degrees Celsius respectively, with the IMD predicting more dust storms. Monday.

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