Villaggio mall’s Fire Case: 1st Hearing Unattended by Defendants
As per reports, it has been reported that first court hearing with regard to the fire that broke out in Villaggio mall, Doha, could not be carried out as two people, who have been blamed in the case, were not present at the court hearing.
Three New Zealand triplets and 16 other people have been killed in the fire, said the source known to the matter. Phone calls were made to both the persons, but their phones were found to be switched off.
Since the news has been revealed, the incident has been getting a lot of criticism. A memorial page has been made on Facebook and there also people have been showing their anger against the incident. One of the persons, who made comment on the incident said, "In any other country these people would be arrested for this. How rude of them, how disrespectful and hurtful to the families. Very disappointing indeed”.
The incident took place at Gympanzee, and it has been alleged that Hamad bin Abdulaziz al-Kuwari, owner of the place, has not taken proper license to operate the shop. The mall named as Villaggio mall is closed due to the matter and it is not revealed that when it will get open.
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