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Patiala’s Gymkhana club get notice for violation from Punjab govt department

Patiala’s Gymkhana club get notice for violation from Punjab govt department

Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in

North India’s prestigious Rajindra Gymkhana and Mahindra club (RGMC) once again came into limelight, all for a wrong reason.

This time it came into news, as the local office of Punjab Fire Service Department has issued a second notice to the club for not taking the required No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the department.

As per the notice issued to the management of the Rajindra Gymkhana and Mahindra Club, Patiala, read “the local office of the Punjab Fire Service department has issued a previous notice and requested the management to do the needful as per the National Building Code of India, 2016 part IV and inform the department and get the required NOC from it. But, till date the club management had failed to get the required work done and had not taken any fire safety measures, in spite of the notice issued to the club, which is a clear and direct violation of Punjab Fire Prevention and Fire Safety act 2005.”

Patiala’s Gymkhana club get notice for violation from Punjab govt department

The second notice issued to the Rajindra Gymkhana and Mahindra Club has also stated them to respond to the notice within three days and do the required changes as per the National Building Code of India, 2016 part IV and get the required NOC from their department.

“Fire NOC issued by the respective state fire service verifies that a building is resistant or unlikely to observe any fire related accidents” added an official of the Punjab Fire Service department.

Patiala’s Gymkhana club get notice for violation from Punjab govt department, the Punjab Fire Services department ADFO Patiala Lakshman Singh has confirmed the same, about issuance of notice to the Rajindra Gymkhana and Mahindra Club, Patiala as they failed to do the required changes in the club premises, as per the National Building Code of India, 2016 part IV, which deals with safety from fire.

February 22,2022

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