London; Mushtaq Ahmed, and Shafaq Khan jailed after the fumes from an electricity generator they installed in a back room of a convenience store killed their tenant in Rochdale

مشتاق احمد ، اور شفق خان کرایہ دار کی وفات کے بعد غفلت برتنے کی وجہ سے جیل بھیجے گئے

لندن، پوٹھوار ڈاٹ کوم۔۔۔ محمد نصیر راجہ ۔۔۔۔عمارت کا مکان مالک، مشتاق احمد اور شفق خان، جن کا دکان کا کاربار تھا ، جنریٹرفت کیا تاکہ بجلی فراہم کرسکے اورمیٹر کو نظرانداز کردیا گیا تھا اور اس وجہ سے سپلائی منقطع ہوگئی۔.اولڈھم کے احمد، اور روچڈیل کے خان، دونوں نے کورٹ میں ایک مقدمے کی سماعت کے بعد انھیں مجرم قرار دیا گیا ۔ احمد کو نو سال کی قید سزا سنائی گئی۔خان کو آٹھ سال قید سنائی گئی۔ جنریٹر لگا کر حفاظت کے چار خلاف ورزیوں کا بھی مجرم قرار دیا گیا ، یعنی یہ کہ وہ اپنے ملازمین کی حفاظت کو یقینی بنانے میں ناکام رہے،

London; A shopkeeper and his landlord have been jailed after the fumes from an electricity generator they installed in a back room of a convenience store killed the tenant living in the flat above.

The body of Joao Afonso, 58, who worked at The Crown Plaza hotel in Manchester, was found in the first floor flat in a converted former pub on Wood Street in Middleton on September 14, 2017.

The father-of-six died from carbon monoxide poisoning caused by fumes from a petrol-powered electricity generator which had been installed in a poorly ventilated rear store room of the convenience store.

The landlord of the building, Mushtaq Ahmed, and Shafaq Khan, who ran the shop, hired the generator to provide power to the store and all the flats above it after Electricity North West had discovered the meter had been bypassed and so cut off the supply.
Ahmed, of Roundthorn Road in Oldham, and Khan, of Gainsborough Drive in Rochdale, both 51, denied gross negligence manslaughter and other charges but they were convicted following a trial at the nightingale court at Salford’s Lowry theatre.

Khan was jailed for eight years. He was also convicted of four health and safety breaches by installing the generator, namely that he failed to ensure the safety of his employees, failed to make sure they weren’t exposed to risk and two counts of failing to carry out required risk-assessments.
Ahmed was jailed for nine years. He was also convicted of three health and safety breaches, two concerning the generator and one for failing to carry out a risk-assessment.

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