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Noida lift accident

Tragically, many people died as a result of the Amrapali lift disaster in Greater Noida. The occurrence and its effects are summarised as follows:
Incident Description: On Friday, a service lift in the Greater Noida West Amrapali Dream Valley Society skyscraper that was still under construction fell away from the fourteenth level. Four workers lost their life in the disaster right away.
Casualties: In the beginning, the lift disaster claimed the lives of four employees. They were Ishtaq Ali (age 23), from the Balrampur district of Bihar, Arun Tanti Mandal (age 40), from Banka, Vipot Mandal (age 45), from Katihar, and Aris Khan (age 22), from the Amroha district of Uttar Pradesh. In the hospital, four additional workers later passed away from their wounds, increasing the total number of fatalities to eight.
Legal Actions: The police have filed a First Information Report (FIR) against nine individuals, including two officials from the state-run National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC), two representatives from the lift provider company, and two site supervisors. The charges include culpable homicide, injury due to negligence, and other relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, such as Sections 304, 308, 337, 338, 287, and 34. Compensation: Gautam Buddha Nagar District Magistrate Manish Kumar Verma announced that the families of the deceased workers would receive compensation. They will receive Rs 25 lakh in compensation, with Rs 20 lakh coming from NBCC and Rs 5 lakh from the court. The incident highlights the importance of ensuring the safety of construction sites and the responsibility of all parties involved in such projects to adhere to safety regulations to prevent such tragic accidents.

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