The event occurred on the sixth floor of the Chintels Paradiso apartment complex in Gurugram’s Sector 109’s D Block. From the sixth to the ground floor, all of the building’s roofs and floors fell at the same moment. Seven to eight persons are said to be buried beneath the debris. Manohar Lal Khattar, the chief minister of Haryana, is keeping an eye on the situation. The NDRF, SDRF, as well as police and rescue crews, are still on the scene. The following are the most recent updates on the situation: “Administrative authorities, as well as SDRF and NDRF personnel, are assisting in the rescue and relief efforts following the sad collapse of the apartment roof at the Paradiso Housing Complex in Gurugram”. Residents of the community accused the builder for the poor building quality and said their protests went unnoticed. The area has been roped off because the building may be unstable, and other building inhabitants have been evacuated. Chintels Paradiso contains 530 units and about 400 families live there. DTCP director KM Pandurang indicated that a comprehensive inquiry has been requested and that action would be done in accordance with the results.