The Army Team Had Left The Rescue Operation Hurriedly: Why? - Highlights By: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

Search operation nears end, but no sign of missing firemen



Rescue operations had to be halted repeatedly because of presence of iron rods, flames and other factors

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ludhiana/search-operation-nears-end-but-no-sign-of-missing-firemen/articleshow/61802184.cms

http://www.thekhalsa.org/frame.php?path=356&article=15591

http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/sunday-special/people/playing-with-fire/503594.html

https://www.ndtv.com/ludhiana-news/after-ludhiana-factory-fire-3-firefighters-remain-missing-in-the-debris-1779294

1. “The Army Team Was Asked-Ordered To Leave The Rescue Operation Hurriedly: Why?





2. Were the ‘Tardy-delayed implementation of laws, nexus between the influential factory/industry owners and corrupt officials, political patronage, nepotism, lack of clear policies, outdated rules that have failed to keep pace with the changing scenario, are, in some measure, responsible for incidents like the Suffian Chowk fire tragedy’ to hide from Indian Army etc from bottom to top, that’s why ‘The Army Team Was Asked-Ordered To Leave The Rescue Operation Hurriedly?



3. Are ‘Tardy-delayed implementation of laws, nexus between the influential factory/industry owners and corrupt officials, political patronage, nepotism, lack of clear policies, outdated rules that have failed to keep pace with the changing scenario including in other fields not prevalent-common, widespread throughout India? ”?



4. And since when did the problems, ‘Tardy-delayed implementation of laws, nexus between the influential factory/industry owners and corrupt officials, political patronage, nepotism, lack of clear policies, outdated rules that have failed to keep pace with the changing scenario including in other fields not prevalent-common, widespread throughout India’ arise”? Balbir Singh Sooch arises the questions



Or



5. “Was ‘The Army Team’- The Army Team Left The Rescue Operation ’as the rescue operation at a factory collapse site at Ludhiana was difficult’, ought to have been exposed in ‘RESIDENTIAL AREA, LUDHIANA”? An opinion by Balbir Singh Sooch as expressed earlier also.



http://www.thekhalsa.org/frame.php?path=356&article=15591



(i) LUDHIANA: On the sixth day of the rescue operation, MC employees and leaders of a political outfit were involved in heated arguments on Saturday after somebody from the crowd accused civic employees of corruption.



(ii) The rescue operation remained slow on Saturday as officials had to stop the exercise in between due to presence of iron rods, continuous flames and other factors.



(iii) Meanwhile, Shiv Sena leaders also raised doubts on the working of the officials and demanded FIR against those responsible for the incident.





(iv) Sekhon said it was not a joke for families who had lost their loved ones. He said they would not tolerate such statements against the staff which is working hard for the past six days to find every trapped person.





UNITS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS: LUDHIANA:



6. Assistant Town Planner (Headquarters) SS Bindra said: “We will write to the higher authorities, seeking permission to carry out a survey of factories running in residential areas. However, no such survey has been done so far.” Why?



(i) LUDHIANA: On the sixth day of the rescue operation, MC employees and leaders of a political outfit were involved in heated arguments on Saturday after somebody from the crowd accused civic employees of corruption.



(ii) The rescue operation remained slow on Saturday as officials had to stop the exercise in between due to presence of iron rods, continuous flames and other factors.



https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ludhiana/search-operation-nears-end-but-no-sign-of-missing-firemen/articleshow/61802184.cms



7. The instruction speaks much more about ‘the rescue operation at a factory collapse site entering the fifth day today at Ludhiana’ than the reports published so far. “A police officer told us to shift langar within 10 minutes. His tone was rude. When we asked him the reason for it, he simply repeated his instruction”



8. “The Army team had left the rescue operation: Ludhiana building collapse & blaze: Search continues for three firemen as families wait anxiously for news.



9. Navan Kumar, son of Manohar Lal (49), added: “The rescue operation has been slowed down, it seems that all pace was till yesterday before the arrival of the CM. We are too confused. I keep on shuttling between Sufian Chowk and Civil Hospital with a hope that perhaps body of my father will be found.” An extract courtesy by: The Indian EXPRESS; Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana: Updated: November 23, 2017 10:15 AM (IST



10. The instruction speaks much more about ‘the rescue operation at a factory collapse site entering the fifth day today’ than the reports published so far



11. “A police officer told us to shift langar within 10 minutes. His tone was rude. When we asked him the reason for it, he simply repeated his instruction”



12. Does the instruction speak much more about ‘the rescue operation at a factory collapse site entering the fifth day today’ than the reports published so far, “A police officer told us to shift langar within 10 minutes? His tone was rude. When we asked him the reason for it, he simply repeated his instruction”?



(i) THE DUST, MOTOR VEHICLE POLLUTION, AND INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION: SAVING TREES: WHO WILL? - BY: Balbir Singh Sooch: http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=15967_0_1_0_C



(ii) India tops pollution deaths - Highlights By: Balbir Singh Sooch: http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=15996_0_1_0_C


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tIv2VDsN1s

(iii) Ludhiana Cheema chowk factory collapsed due to fire blast

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tIv2VDsN1s




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Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

Posted on Nov 27, 17 | 12:54 am