New Delhi: Kerala Congress workers on Monday took out a march to the corporate office in Kochi, demanding a High Court-supervised probe into the fire incident at the Brahmapuram waste plant.
The fire broke out last Thursday and has not yet been fully contained.
Hundreds of Congress workers marched to the corporate office in Kochi to initiate a High Court Monitored inquiry into the matter.
Kerala | Congress workers today marched to the Kochi Corporation office as part of a protest seeking a Supreme Court-monitored probe into the Brahmapuram waste plant fire incident. A fire broke out last Thursday and has not yet been fully extinguished. pic.twitter.com/xHdlUkzrrj
— ANI (@ANI) March 6, 2023
“Congress workers marched to the Kochi Corporation office today as part of a protest demanding a Supreme Court-supervised inquiry into the Brahmapuram waste plant fire incident. The fire broke out last Thursday and is yet to be fully extinguished,” ANI tweeted.
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