More than two months after a employee died in an accident at a personal metal plant in Chhattisgarh’s Raigarh district, the police have registered an FIR towards three senior plant officers and two others for alleged negligence, an official mentioned on Friday.
On May 3, Tapan Ghosh (51), a contractual employee, sustained critical accidents after an iron angle fell on him when he was finishing up some repairs at SMS 2 space in Jindal Steel Power Limited’s (JSPL) plant in Patrapali space, the official mentioned, including that the employee died throughout remedy at a personal hospital in Raipur on May 31.
Ghosh was an worker of an engineering firm, which was given a contract for finishing up restore work on the plant, he mentioned.
A subsequent probe revealed that the plant administration and the engineering firm’s contractor and supervisor allegedly ignored security measures that induced the accident, the official mentioned.
A case was registered on Wednesday at Kotra Road police station towards government vice-president Satendra Singh, DJM Anurag Saxena and supervisor Nishant Gupta of the JSPL and contractor S B Sukumaran and in-charge supervisor Y M Satyanarayan, he mentioned.
The 5 individuals have been booked beneath sections 287 (negligent conduct with respect to equipment), 304A (inflicting loss of life by negligence) and 34 (frequent intention) of the IPC, the official mentioned, including that additional investigation into the matter is underway.
When contacted, metal plant officers declined to touch upon the difficulty.
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