Unleash a social media campaign demanding Justice
Gurugram, Feb. 16 (Delhi Crown): The residents of Chintels Paradiso housing society in Gurugram’s Sector-109 continued with their relay hunger strike on Tuesday demanding justice in the form of a genuine probe into the Feb 10 vertical collapse in a tower claiming lives of two women.
The vertical collapse began at the sixth floor of Tower-D and reached down below till the first floor trapping many residents.
Rescue work continued for three days. Dead bodies of two women were retrieved while one man was rescued alive from under the rubble by NDRF personnel.
Ever since the tragedy struck the housing society, no high-ranking official from Chandigarh, the headquarter of state government, has visited the irked residents.
The enraged residents have unleashed a campaign on social media demanding justice.
“It’s high time now…All Dwarka Expressway residents joining the hunger protest at #ChintelsParadiso … Please support us….It can happen with any of you,” tweeted one from a Twitter handle @samta28, tagging hashtags #uncertainfuture #lifethreatening #ourlifematters #humanitylost.
Reacting to a news-report on the mishap by THE DELHI CROWN, one Deepak Kapoor tweeted from a Twitter handle @DeepakK76747572 – “Pls. spare your time and visit Chintel Paradio. Feel our plight,” while tagging Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.