The massive blaze, which engulfed the 24-storey residential tower housing over 100 families in west London, claimed the lives of at least 12 people and injured 74 others.But had it not been for the alarm raised by some Muslim youths, the toll may have been significantly higher, said a local woman outside the tower block. The woman added that the Muslim boys banged on doors and shouted warnings to alert the residents who were unaware or in bed.Bethnal Green Road was closed in both directions while emergency services work.The blaze comes after at least 79 people were killed when an inferno ripped through Grenfell Tower in West London, as emergency checks are carried out on tower blocks across the country.Failures in children services were found by Ofsted inspectors in April.Too many children remained in “actual or potential harm” because of lack of scrutiny and understanding in private fostering arrangements which failed to consider whether children had been trafficked or abandoned by their parents.The five-year-old girl had spent six months in two Muslim households “against the wishes of the girl’s family”, the national media reported at the weekend.The row follows criticism of the children’s services by the government’s Ofsted watchdog in April over its lack of knowledge about childcare cases.
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The child is in fact fostered by an English-speaking family of mixed race in this temporary placement.” The council could make no further comment on the case for legal reasons."If it wasn't for all these young Muslims, young boys round here - coming from mosques, helping us... "People want to talk about them when they do wrong - but when they're doing good...They were the first people with bags of water, giving to people and helping people - running and telling people," she said.She said: "I heard siren after siren pass my house so I went to the window and saw smoke covering the street.
"I had no idea what was going on so I went outside and saw flames pouring out of the roof on the building opposite.
People’s Alliance opposition group leader and former deputy mayor Rabina Khan said: “Ofsted has raised serious safeguarding concerns about the fostering service.