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A massive fire broke out in Singapore’s industrial area, killing a 38-year-old Indian citizen

A massive fire broke out in Singapore’s industrial area, killing a 38-year-old Indian citizen


In Singapore, since 2016, there has been a fire in the industrial area for the 46th time, in which 66 people have died so far.

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oi-Abhijat Shekhar Azad

Updated: Saturday, December 31, 2022, 15:53 [IST]

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An Indian citizen has died in a massive fire in an industrial area of ​​Singapore. This is the 46th incident of fire in the industrial area in Singapore this year, which is the highest since 2016, which shows how much the lives of workers in Singapore are played with and work inside factories in the country. There are so many misconceptions about

Fierce fire in industrial area

Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower (MoM) on Saturday said that, according to preliminary investigation, a 38-year-old Indian national was killed in a fire that broke out at the 21 Tuas Avenue-3 site on Friday morning. It is learned that a massive fire broke out in the industrial area due to uncontrolled release of acetylene gas from cylinders, which has now been brought under control. The identity of the Indian national killed in the fire has not been revealed yet. At the same time, a 43-year-old Chinese national has also been burnt in this fire, who is being treated at the Singapore General Hospital.

What action did the government take?

Singapore’s MOM has said that it has ordered the employer of Asia Technical Gas to immediately stop all activities related to the inspection and maintenance of flammable gas cylinders. The Straits Times newspaper quoted the ministry as saying that, “When handling gas cylinders containing flammable gases, measures should be taken to prevent any leakage of such gases, as well as to ensure that the working environment is conducive to ignition.” free from sources.

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Singapore has recorded the highest number of workplace deaths in 2022 since 2016, with 66 deaths. The ministry has reminded employers that the safety of workers should be their top priority and those with major safety lapses will be held accountable. It has been said by the government that they may face financial penalties, stop-work orders, foreign manpower restrictions and the law. (Picture- of the fire in 2016)

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english summary

A 38-year-old Indian national died in a massive fire at a factory in an industrial area in Singapore.

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