Mumbai: Maharashtra government conducted fire safety audits at all venues hosting 'Make in India Week' (MII) events after yesterday's massive blaze during a cultural programme that was part of the ongoing investment summit here, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said today.
"After yesterday's incident, we have once again conducted fire safety audit of all venues of Make in India event," Fadnavis told reporters here.
The safety audit was conducted to check preparedness of varous agencies and avoid repeat of any fire incident.
Such an exercise was conducted earlier also which helped bring yesterday's blaze, that gutted the stage at the cultural programme, 'Maharashtra Rajni', at Girgaum Chowpatty seafront, under control within an hour, he said.
Fadnavis assured that none of the programmes related to the week-long investment meet, which began on Saturday, will be cancelled.
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