After facing the wrath of netizens for a social media post praising Mumbai's Ghatkopar hoarding, Ajmera Realty & Infra India Limited has issued a clarification. Ajmera Group mentioned that the company only rented the space for five days in April last year and is not owned or managed by the group. "Ajmera Group took this advertisement space on RENT for 5 days in April 2023. This space is in NO WAY owned or managed by Ajmera Group or by any of our entities. We regret the loss of life and urge the appropriate authorities to take action on the people responsible (sic)," the group posted on X. At least 14 people have died and 75 left injured after a massive billboard in Mumbai's Ghatkopar collapsed on Monday evening due to heavy rain and thunderstorms in the city. Ghatkopar Hoarding Collapse: Death Toll Now Goes up to 14, 74 People Rescued Alive After Illegal Billboard Falls in Mumbai Due to Heavy Rains and Strong Winds (Watch Videos).

Ajmera Group's Social Media Post on Asia's Largest Hoarding Goes Viral 

Ajmera Group's Social Media Post on Asia's Largest Hoarding
Ajmera Group's Social Media Post on Asia's Largest Hoarding (Photo Credit: X/ Ajmera Group)

Ajmera Group Clarifies

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