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Muzaffarpur Boiler Blast: Minister Jivesh Mishra reached SKMCH to know the condition of the injured, ordered an inquiry to the officers

Sandeep Kumar, Muzaffarpur
Labor Minister Jivesh Mishra reached SKMCH on Monday to see the injured in the boiler blast of a noodle factory in Bela area of ​​Muzaffarpur. Here he met the seven injured and took their well being. Took information about the treatment from Deputy Superintendent Dr BS Jha. He told the doctors and staff of the hospital that they should get the best treatment facilities, so that they can recover at the earliest.

The injured said they had no basis. You should also worry about our colleagues who died. The minister assured that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar have announced the assistance amount. Apart from this, all the laborers who are registered under Employees Provident Fund Organization or Employees State Insurance Corporation will get additional assistance.

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Those working, they must be insured: Jivesh Mishra
The departmental officers told in front of the minister that only 35 people had registration with the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation. On this, the minister expressed his displeasure and said that every factory should be checked regularly. The people working there must be insured. After investigating the whole matter from the Labor Commissioner, asked for a report.

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After investigation, it will be known at what level the negligence took place: Jivesh Mishra
The minister said that the boiler was inspected in May this year. By the way, at what level the negligence took place, it will be known only after its investigation. It is sad that seven laborers died simultaneously. He said that it was very sad that so many laborers died at the same time. Minister Jivesh Mishra asked his officers to make a list of all the factories in the Bela industrial area and check the names of the laborers working there and whether they are getting facilities under the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation. This will be monitored every month. They will investigate it themselves.

Minister Jivesh Mishra talking to the injured


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