AHMEDABAD – Seven garment factory workers were killed in India over the weekend after a fire broke out at Nandan Denim, the country’s largest denim business which lists a host of leading brands among its customers. State authorities in India have issued a closure notice to Nandan Denim, which has a manufacturing capacity of 110 million metres per annum and is owned by Chiripal Group.
Six people, including the owner and managing director of Chiripal Group have been booked for culpable homicide and negligence while police have arrested the director, general manager and fire safety officer of Nandan Denim.
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