Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh lead cricket fraternity in expressing grief over Vizag gas leak incident

Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh lead cricket fraternity in expressing grief over Vizag fuel leak incident | Cricket Information

The cricket fraternity on Thursday got here in unison to increase their condolences to the households of all these individuals who misplaced their lives in a serious fuel leak mishap that occurred in a chemical plant in Andhra Pradesh’s Visakhapatnam.

A minimum of ten folks had been killed and over 1,000 had been affected after a serious fuel leak in a chemical plant of LG Polymers at RR Venkatapuram village in Visakhapatnam within the early hours of Thursday.

From Indian skipper Virat Kohli to former cricketer Yuvraj Singh, all took to their respective social media handles to precise grief over the mishap.

Extending condolences to the households of all these individuals who had been affected within the Vizag fuel leak incident, Kohli tweeted,”My condolences to the households who misplaced their family members within the #VizagGasLeak. Praying for everybody affected and recovering within the hospital.”

Former all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, alternatively, additionally expressed grief on the unhappy demise of people that misplaced their lives and had been affected within the mishap.

“Actually unlucky information of the #VizagGasLeak claiming lives and affecting many others. My deepest condolences to the relations of these deceased and praying for the fast restoration of these affected. Keep sturdy and protected Vizag,” Yuvraj tweeted.

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Earlier on Thursday, Andhra Pradesh Industries Minister MG Reddy had mentioned that lockdown process was initiated instantly after the leakage of fuel within the plant.

“After fuel leakage was reported within the manufacturing unit, lockdown process was initiated instantly. Native admin was knowledgeable. Fuel was neutralized to innocent liquid type. However, little fuel escaped manufacturing unit premises and affected folks in close by areas,” he had mentioned.

Reddy mentioned that the corporate managing the operations on the chemical plant should take chargeable for the incident and the federal government will search rationalization from them.

In the meantime, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has left for Visakhapatnam to investigate in regards to the incident.  In keeping with the Chief Minister’s Workplace, district officers have been directed by CM Reddy to take each attainable step to avoid wasting lives and convey the scenario beneath management.

 

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