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A fire broke out in a hospital in western India, killing 10 babies.

A fire broke out in a hospital in western India, killing 10 babies.

January 9th, local time, a fire broke out in the Special Newborn Care Unit of a hospital in Bhandara district, Maharashtra, western India, killing 10 babies.

According to a doctor at the hospital, the fire occurred at about 2 a.m. local time on the 9th.

At that time, there were 17 babies in the neonatal care area, of whom 7 were rescued. The Maharashtra government has ordered an investigation into the incident and announced a pension of 500,000 rupees to the families of the victims, and asked all hospitals in the state to conduct relevant censorship.

At present, the cause of the fire has not been conclusive, and it is initially suspected that it may be a circuit short circuit.

On the 9th, Indian Prime Minister Modi posted on social media that the incident was “heartbreaking”.

He expressed his condolences to the families of the victims and hoped that the injured would recover as soon as possible.

Indian Home Minister Amit Shah, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and others also sent messages on social media to pay tribute and urged the local government to provide help to the families of the victims.

A fire broke out in an Indian hospital, killing 10 newborns, alarming Prime Minister Modi

According to India Today, a fire broke out in a hospital in Maharashtra, India, in the early morning of the 9th local time, killing 10 newborns. Indian Prime Minister Modi subsequently tweeted heartache and expressed condolences to the families of the victims.

According to the report, at about 2 a.m. local time on the 9th, a fire broke out in the newborn care ward of a general hospital in Maharashtra, killing 10 newborns and saving 7 other babies. The baby in the ward is between one and three months old.

The cause of the fire is not clear, but hospital administrators said that the fire may be caused by circuit short circuits.

After the accident, Modi tweeted, “The tragedy in Bandala, Maharashtra, is heartbreaking. We have lost precious young lives. I am with all the bereaved families. I hope the injured will recover soon.

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