Kuwait Building Fire: Who is responsible for the death of 40 Indians? Why are fingers being pointed at the building owner KG Ibrahim?

Kuwait Building Fire: A fire broke out in a building in Kuwait’s Mangaf city on Wednesday morning. At least 40 Indian workers have died in this accident and dozens have been injured. It is being told that the fire started in the kitchen on the ground floor and spread to the entire building. After this, many people got trapped in it. After this accident, questions are now being raised on the owner of the building.

Kuwait’s Home Minister Sheikh Fahad Al-Yousuf Al-Sabah has ordered the police to arrest the owner of the building. Not only this, he also said that the owner of the company responsible for the workers living in the building should also be arrested. The Home Minister further said that whatever happened today is the result of the greed of the building owners. The company, for its greed, crams a large number of workers into a single building. We will all ensure that such accidents do not happen again in the future.

Who is the owner of the building KG Abraham

KG Abraham is the MD of NBTC Group. It is a big construction group in Kuwait. He is also the chairman of Crown Plaza in Kerala. It is a five star hotel. Abraham has also invested in many other projects in Kerala. KG Abraham is a big businessman from Tiruvalla, Kerala. Abraham is known as KGA. He is the chairman and founder of KGA Group. It is related to the oil business in Kuwait. It is known as Nasser M Al Baddah & Partner General Trading and Contracting Company (NBTC).


A huge fire broke out in a building in Kuwait, claims 40 Indian workers died a painful death

How did the fire start?

The fire that started in the kitchen of the workers’ camp at 4:30 am local time quickly engulfed the upper floors. The workers living there were trapped due to the sealed glass windows. Some people jumped from the building to escape the fire. Many people suffered severe burns and suffocated due to smoke. The injured people have been admitted to the nearest hospital for treatment.

Indian Ambassador to Kuwait Adarsh ​​Swaika visited the site of the incident in Mangaf to ascertain the situation. He also visited Al-Adan Hospital, where more than 30 workers injured in the fire incident have been admitted. The Indian Embassy in Kuwait said in a post on X that it met several patients and assured them of full help from the embassy. The embassy has also released a helpline number.


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