Navi Mumbai, Sept. 4 -- Four people - a senior official of the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and three jawans of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) - died after a fire broke out at a gas-processing plant owned by ONGC in Uran, around 50km east of Mumbai, early on Tuesday.

Three other CISF jawans sustained injuries and they were admitted to a private hospital in Uran.

The ONGC officer was identified as CN Rao, 54, resident production superintendent. The CISF jawans were head constable E Nayaka, 54, constable MK Paswan, 33, and constable SP Khusawaha, 26. All three of them belonged to the CISF's fire wing.

The Uran police said the incident took place before 7am, when around 65 employees were working inside the ONGC plant...