Families of missing persons face a long wait after the Mundka fire.

At least 27 people were killed and 12 were wounded in Friday's fire . Seven individuals have been identified so far among the deceased .

Suman (name changed) sits outside Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital in Mangolpuri neighborhood of Mumbai since Friday night, waiting for an update on her elder daughter Pooja (19.Pinky (18), her younger daughter's eyes also swollen from crying, joins the middle-aged woman.On Friday evening, a fire broke through a four-story building in outer Delhis Mundka, killing 29 people.Pooja is one of the 29 people who are missing.

Pooja's family was the sole breadwinner, according to Suman.She used to say that you don't have to work, but that I will earn money.Her father, who died in 2012, was the youngest of five children.I used to work as a housekeeper and make a small income.

Pinky too broke down and said, Where is she?We've been sitting here since last night, listening to her mother talk about Pooja.I have asked the government for an update, but they did not respond.Pinky said she had no idea she would not return home when Pooja left for work on Friday morning.

According to police, seven individuals have been identified so far among the deceased.Families keep wailing for updates about their loved ones, as if by rumors about missing persons' helpline numbers.As time passes, hope for these families is depleted.Many cried inconsolably as the hospital staff called them to see charred remains.

Last night, we haven't eaten anything since then.Please check this page once a week.The entire family is worried.Please do something.

Veerpal told PTI that he learned of the fire from the news and rushed to the spot with Asha's husband.The Ashas phone is still on.Meanwhile, the rescue operation at the Mundka site has been completed.On Saturday morning, Delhi Fire Services Director Atul Garg reported they found some more charred remains, adding that the death toll could rise to 30.