Violation of rules is the main cause of human disasters such as Chennai Silks fire

@ravisivan (14051)
India
June 1, 2017 1:14pm CST
In advanced countries rules are strictly followed including for VIPs. Any violation in traffic committed by a higher authority or VIP is also brought to notice and punished. In India there comes favouritism in almost every aspect of life and that tells upon the quality of life resulting in such man made disasters. The solution for this lies in all the citizens agreeing to follow the rules and regulations and leniency being not shown by government and legal authorities. iolation of rules is the main cause of human disasters I agree with the title. The example is the recent disastrous fire in Chennai Silks, T.Nagar, Chennai 600017. Chennai Silks is a famous Textile merchant having branches in other cities also. Its headquarters is in T Nagar --Usman Road. The company was given permission to build a four storey building for its business. Even this is disastrous because there is no adequate car , scooter parking space.But the company constructed 7/8 storeys.
The seven-storeyed building housed Chennai Silks and Sri Kumaran Thanga Maligai in T.Nagar
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• Lakewood, Colorado
1 Jun
So this building was illegal in building codes. Is that what I am understanding? This is a terrible disaster and a really big fire. And burning for so long. Did anyone be inside the building?
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@ravisivan (14051)
• India
2 Jun
thanks
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• Lakewood, Colorado
2 Jun
@ravisivan welcome did anyone die in the fire Ravi?
@ravisivan (14051)
• India
8 Jun
@ravisivan yes. illegal construction had added to the problems
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@prashu228 (22868)
• India
2 Jun
I agree, this happens here too much
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@ravisivan (14051)
• India
2 Jun
thanks
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@Corbin5 (81571)
• United States
1 Jun
Yes, some countries have very strict rules regarding workers and working conditions. The USA has strict rules.
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@ravisivan (14051)
• India
2 Jun
thanks