Mumbai (Maharashtra), Jan 06 (ANI): The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has seemingly tightened its noose around the owner of 1 Above pub in the Kamala Mills fire incident. The BMC has made an appeal to the general public to assist the enquiry proceedings. The appeal urges witnesses to the fire incident, relatives of the deceased persons, persons injured in the fire, people working in the area or anyone who is related with this fire incident’ to share any information, videos and photos related to the incident. Wanted posters of Sanghvi brothers, owners of ‘1 Above’ restaurant and accused in Kamala Mills Fire, have also been pasted on their residential building gate in Mazgaon. The pub owners, Kripesh Mansukhlal Sanghvi, Jigar Sanghvi and Abhijeet Mankar, have been absconding since December 29. Earlier, Mumbai Police announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh to those providing information about the whereabouts of the owners of ‘1 Above’ pub in the Kamala Mills Compound, where a massive fire last week killed 14 people.
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