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The Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) has submitted its first investigative report into the Levana Suites hotel fire, recommending action against 22 engineers and zonal officers for allegedly conspiring with the builder and turning a blind eye to illegal construction activities.



The building is now being demolished because it was built illegally.

Monday’s fire killed four people, while seven others suffered burns.

The LDA has also filed an FIR with Hazratganj Police Station against: Mukesh Jasnani of M/S Bansal Construction and its partners to carry out commercial activities for running a hotel on a residential lot.

LDA Vice-President Indramani Tripathi formed the Commission of Inquiry headed by the Secretary of the Authority Pawan Kumar Gangwar to establish responsibility for the incident and the report was filed late Monday night.

After the initial investigation, the commission found technicians stationed in ‘Zone Six’ (including Hazratganj) since July 2, 2017 to be responsible for the incident.

The 22 engineers/zonal officers charged by the LDA investigation team include executive engineers Arun Kumar Singh, OP Mishra (both retired), supervisory engineers Zahiruddin and Kamaljeet Singhassistant engineers OP Gupta, Rakesh Mohan, Radhey Shyam SinghVinod Kumar GuptaAmar Kumar Mishra, Nagendra Singh and Ismail Khan.

Likewise, the junior engineers include Rajeev Kumar Srivastava, JN Dubey, JD Singh, Ravindra Srivastava, Udaiveer Singh, Mohammed Ismail KhanAnil Mishra, P.K. Gupta, Sushil Kumar VarmaAmbrish Sharma and Ranganath Singh.


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