The CBI on Tuesday lodged an FIR in opposition to Ashok Saloman of the Chintels Group and took over the investigation into the partial collapse of the Chintels Paradiso residence advanced in Gurugram final 12 months wherein two girls had been killed, officers stated.
The Haryana authorities transferred the case to the CBI on July 18, 2022 which was handed over to the CBI by the Middle on December 29 final 12 months, they stated. As per the process, the CBI took over the investigation into the FIR registered by the Haryana Police. The eating room flooring of a sixth-floor residence of Chintels Paradiso in Gurugram’s sector 109 collapsed on February 10 final 12 months, triggering the collapse of roofs and flooring beneath it, till first flooring. Two girls – Rekha Bhardwaj and Sunita Shrivastava – had been killed within the crash.
The district administration had, on November 9 final 12 months, ordered the demolition of tower D of the society after it was discovered unfit for habitation. The demolition order states that the builder should pay the dues to the residents inside 60 days.
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