Kamala Mills fire: Bombay HC asks investigating committee to submit its report on September 10

MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court today asked the committee investigating into the Kamala Mills Compound fire incident to submit its report before the court on the 10th of September. In April this year, the high court had ordered that a three-member committee be set up to conduct an inquiry into the incident that took place last year.

The panel was later set up and it is headed by retired chief justice A V Savant and has two other members – Vasant Thakur, an architect on one of the high court panels, and former chief secretary K Nalinakshan.

The court earlier this year in April had ordered that a three-member committee be set up to conduct an inquiry into the incident. The committee was directed earlier to submit its report to the high court on August 31.

Earlier In January Bombay High Court granted bail to a Mumbai Fire Brigade officer, who was arrested in the Kamala Mills fire case. Fire Officer Rajendra Patil was arrested, along with others, following the blaze at two roof-top restaurants in the Kamala Mills compound in central Mumbai in December last year.

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