New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday visited Mundka where a massive fire broke out in a commercial building on Friday evening. He was accompanied by Deputy CM Manish Sisodia.The blaze that ripped through the three-storey building near the Mundka metro station in west Delhi claimed the lives of at least 27 people and left 12 others injured."It was a massive fire, many people were killed, and their bodies were charred to the extent that they couldn't be identified. We have deployed help to identify the missing and the dead," the Chief Minister said while speaking to reporters.He said that the Delhi government has ordered a magisterial enquiry into the incident and families of the deceased will be given Rs 10 lakh as compensation while the injured will be given Rs 50,000.Top developments:"We received 27 dead bodies. All are severely burnt and charred. Of these, 7 bodies have been identified. Relatives still coming for identification process. At least 7 other families are looking for their members among the bodies," said Dr SK Arora, MS, Sanjay Gandhi Hospital."Bodies not being identified or even being identified would be extracted DNA from. One body would be analysed against four relatives. We are waiting for other families to reach here & identify their members," he added.The Chief Minister visited the incident site. Delhi minister Satyendar Jain, who visited the site last night after the incident, also accompanied Kejriwal.Several people have been reported to be missing. “We have received 28 missing person complaints. We are collecting complainants' details and their relation with the missing person. We have put up a helpline number from DM West. They will be informed as soon as we get any information,” said Sunil Kumar, civil defence at Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital, where injured people are admitted.Charred human remains were recovered on Saturday from the second floor of the building, Delhi Fire Service (DFS) officials said.It is suspected that an explosion in an AC may have triggered the fire, DFSDirector Atul Garg said. "Charred human remains were found on the second floor of the building during a search operation by our fire fighters. But we cannot say if it is the remains of one body or several bodies. Though the fire has been doused, the cooling and search operations still continues," Garg said, PTI reported.As smoke from the fire spread to the entire building, many people in a desperate attempt to escape the blaze jumped off through the windows to save themselves while some used ropes to slide down to safety. In videos that surfaced on social media, people could be heard crying for help while others were seen using ropes to escape the building.The fire department deployed cranes to rescue those who were trapped. Police officials broke the windows of the building to save the people. The blaze was brought under control after hours-long firefighting operation which was carried out by police, fire department and NDRF teams.An FIR has been registered against them under sections 304 (punishment for culpable homicide not amounting to murder), 308 (attempt to commit culpable homicide), 120 (concealing design to commit offence punishable with imprisonment) and 34 (Common intention) of the Indian Penal Code. The building did not have safety clearance from the fire department, police said. The owner of the building has been identified asManish Lakra and he is on the run. “The building did not have a fire NOC. The owner of the building has been identified as Manish Lakra who lived on the top floor. Lakra is currently absconding, teams are on the job and he will be nabbed soon,” DCP Sameer Sharma (Outer District) told reporters.The owners of the CCTV camera and routermanufacturing and assembling company, Harish Goel and his brother Varun Goel,who were detained earlier, have been arrestedThe fire started on the first floor of the building, which houses the office of a CCTV camera and router manufacturing company, and spread to other floors.The fire department received information about the blaze around 4.40 pm on Friday following which 24 fire tenders were pressed into the service.A motivational session was being held on the second floor when the fire broke out. Many people were attending this event.According to fire and police officials, the CCTV manufacturing unit had a false ceiling and flammable material.While some people were charred to death, others died due to asphyxiation.