Aaditya Thackeray barely manages as the ceiling of the Sahyadri Guest House collapses; Neelam Gorhe calls for an investigation
Maharashtra’s Tourism and Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray narrowly escaped when a huge chandelier crashed with a fake slab at the Sahyadri Guest House in Mumbai on Friday evening.
The incident occurred when Thackeray, along with senior officials, was busy conducting a series of meetings in Hall No.4 of the state’s lavish guesthouse.
At around 5 p.m. on Thursday, there was a deafening noise when a huge chandelier on a slab collapsed outside his meeting room, sending alarms among security personnel.
The sound of the crash sparked a minor panic with people scrambling, but there were no casualties in the incident, the cause of which is unclear.
Shortly thereafter, teams from the PWD department began an investigation of the entire guesthouse to check and audit for any potential future threats there and other major sites.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra Legislative Council Deputy Speaker Neelam Gorhe wrote a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and called for an investigation into the incident. Describing the incident as “extremely serious,” Gorhe said action should be taken against the contractors and agents involved if they are found to have performed substandard work at home. hosts. She also asked to do a structural audit and repair work on it.