London news Grieving son says it's vital Grenfell bereaved are allowed into Public Inquiry Uk news
MetiNews.Com - The next stage of the Inquiry resumes next week with very limited attendance due to coronavirus
Breaking News ! A grieving relative has called for those whose loved ones died in the Grenfell Tower fire to be added to the list of people allowed to attend the Public Inquiry when it resumes next week. The second phase of the Inquiry was put on hold in March when the coronavirus lockdown started. It is due to resume on Monday, July 6, but there will be just a handful of people there to protect people from coronavirus and maintain social distancing. Nabil Choucair lost six family members at Grenfell Tower three years ago and he feels that relatives should be at the inquiry when witnesses give evidence- even if numbers have to be restricted because of the coronavirus crisis. He said he wanted to be at the Inquiry “for them to see our faces.
The Grenfell Tower pictured on the anniversary of the disaster in 2019. This year because of coronavirus people had to remember at home
(Image: Graham Larter)
Mr Choucair's mother Sirria was amongst the 72 people who died at Grenfell Tower in June 2017. He also lost his sister Nadia, brother-in-law Bassem and three young nieces Mierna, 13, Fatima who was 11 and three-year-old Zainab who lived on the 22nd floor.
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