Dhaka: The loss of life toll from a near-simultaneous explosion of six air conditioners in a mosque on the outskirts of Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka rose to 27, with yet one more sufferer succumbing to his accidents, in line with a media report.
A 30-year-old man died on Monday whereas present process therapy on the Sheikh Hasina Nationwide Institute of Burn and Plastic Surgical procedure in Dhaka, the bdnews24.com reported.
One other 10 individuals had been battling for his or her lives on the hospital, it stated on Monday.
A gasoline leak in an underground pipeline triggered the six air conditioners to blow up virtually concurrently throughout Friday night prayers on September four on the Baitul Salat mosque within the central district of Narayanganj.
Whereas 21 victims, together with a seven-year-old boy, died on Saturday throughout their therapy, 5 extra died on Sunday.
Hearth officers suspect accrued gasoline from a leaked pipeline triggered a spark and all six air conditioners on the bottom flooring of the mosque exploded.
“A gas pipeline passes beneath the mosque. We are suspecting that gas leaked from the pipeline and accumulated inside as the windows were closed. The explosion was probably triggered due to sparks when someone tried to switch on or off the ACs or fans,” Narayanganj Hearth Service’s Deputy Assistant Director Abdullah Al Arefin had stated.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina issued orders to evaluate the hearth security system of mosques throughout the nation within the wake of the incident.
Based on studies, the mosque committee had just lately filed a criticism over leakage of the gasoline pipeline of the Titas Gasoline Transmission and Distribution Firm Restricted.
The members of the committee stated the Titas Gasoline authorities requested for a Tk50,000 bribe. Because the bribe was not paid, the authorities uncared for the matter which resulted into this disaster, the Dhaka Tribune had reported.
4 separate probe committees — by Narayanganj district administration, Hearth Service, Titas Gasoline Transmission and Distribution Firm Ltd, and Dhaka Energy Distribution Firm (DPDC) — have been shaped to research the incident.
In the meantime, police have filed a case of negligence towards the mosque administration committee and the utility authorities.
Witnesses stated they discovered 5 to 6 individuals popping out of the mosque as quickly because the blast occurred. Worshippers, most of them severely burnt, had been discovered mendacity on the ground, they stated.
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