The accused Shankar Tayde (29) and Sagar Patel (19) visited the hotel in Beltarodi area in Nagpur and asked for chicken around 1 AM.
During the course of investigation, two teams of Forensic Department officials examined the hotel premises twice and observed that there was no sign of electric short circuit at the scene.
About 60 customers who were present at the hotel ran out and escaped unhurt.
Meanwhile, even as the probe was underway, the AP High Court issued interim stay orders on further probe by the police.
We are collecting details related to the case and the arrest of two absconders will give more clarity.
Public prosecutor Srinivas Reddy told the court the Ramesh Hospitals management did not take any precautions at the CCC, leading to 10 people dying and several being injured.
Speaking on the occasion, he said, 'Stern action will be taken against those responsible for the death of 10 patients in the fire. Some of the accused have already been arrested.'
It is a big loss for Savitri. But a bigger problem of helping her children grow in their lives after losing the sole breadwinner of the family awaits her.
His father S Chenchi Reddy from Akividu village near Giddalur in Prakasam district, accompanied by his relatives, went to the hotel on Monday to meet the management and the officials.
The district administration said it was keen on improving infrastructure to treat the rising number of Covid-19 cases, and pointed out that neither the Centre nor the state government on fire safety.
The three arrested are chief operating officer Dr Kodali Rajagopala Rao, general manager Kurapathi Sudarshan and Covid Care Centre coordinating manager Pallabothu Venkatesh.
Covid-19 had already caused panic in the family as four of its members contracted the virus. The younger son could not see his mother and brother for the last time as he is home quarantined.
Gadikota Srikanth Reddy criticised TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu for drawing up controversy over the fire accident in a bid to blame the state government.
'Friend jumped from first floor, don't know where he is': Vijayawada hotel fire survivor recounts horror
G Ratan, a housekeeping employee of the hotel and a survivor himself, recounted the harrowing experience of the fire and said he does not know the whereabouts of his friend who jumped.
In Vijayawada, 20 paid quarantine facilities are housed in hotels and none of them has obtained the NOC from the department.