Fire dept's probe uncovers a twist in Mumbai’s Kamala Mills tragedy - NDTv
Sat, Jan 06, 2018, 08:59 AM
Last month's deadly fire that ripped through two upscale restaurants in Mumbai could have started from the flying embers from charcoal used for hookahs at the upscale Mojo's Bistro that came in contact with the curtains, and spread rapidly, the Fire department has said in its report on the Kamala Mills tragedy. The Fire department said neither of the two restaurants had clearances to serve liquor or run the hookah bar. 14 persons were killed in the mishap occurred on December 29, 2017.