He said working by occupants between lush territories was a “wrongdoing” that had brought about blocking escape courses.
Mr Kammenos was gone up against by irate local people as he went to territories crushed by flames east of Athens this week.
No less than 83 individuals kicked the bucket and pursuit groups fear they will discover advance casualties as handfuls more are absent.
Many protect labourers were looking through a cliffside in the coastline town of Mati on Thursday where no less than two individuals were accepted to have passed on.
A considerable lot of the casualties were gotten near the precipice as the blazes spread quickly, threw together by winds of more than 100km/h (62 mph).
Landing in Mati, Mr Kammenos was encompassed by inhabitants who blamed him for forsaking them.
“You let individuals consume for reasons unknown. You exited us to the benevolence of God,” a lady told the pastor, who was joined by the neighbourhood chairman and the leader of the military,
One man told the BBC he had achieved the fire station to request help and discovered firefighters uninformed of the burst.
Another occupant griped that individuals had been encouraged to jump into the ocean to get away when a large portion of the elderly was not able to achieve the ocean in any case.
Huge numbers of the survivors were spared by the ocean, yet many casualties were not able to achieve the water.
Mr Kammenos, a confrontational figure who drives the patriot Independent Greeks, rejected allegations that the legislature had neglected to secure its nationals.
The activities of a few occupants had shut the streets to the shoreline, he contended.
“This is a wrongdoing from the past,” he said. “This shoreline of Athens, every one of these properties, the dominant part are without a permit, and they have involved the drift without rules.”
Rafina Mayor Evangelos Bournous says one of every four houses have been totally decimated by the fire, while half more have been most harmed.
A satellite guide of the region uncovered the size of the fire harm, demonstrating that the greater part the 12,760 sections of land influenced were local locations.
The chairman guarded the part of the military, contending that if the armed force had not possessed the capacity to stop the fire spreading, it would have annihilated the whole zone.
With numerous individuals still unaccounted for, a frightening record rose up out of the leader of the Greek ranger service league, Georgos Papadias, who said firefighters had concentrated their assets on a different fire toward the west of Athens, leaving the East Attica drift uncovered.
He had been in the town of Kokkino Limanaki, on the southern edge of Mati when the fire struck. It resembled a blood and gore flick, he stated, with harmed and elderly arguing for help, and not being in a situation to do anything,
Mr Papadias said he had lost neighbours to the calamity and a companion was in a grave condition in a healing centre.
Among the missing are twin nine-year-old young ladies Vassiliki and Sofia Philippopolis, who were with their grandparents close Mati at the season of the fire. The young ladies’ dad said he thought he had seen them being safeguarded in film communicate by Greek TV.