MISSING – Officially Dead – Realistically Not Alive

The chief inspector of factories and establishment has submitted to the High Court a list of 379 missing workers after the April 24 collapse of Rana Plaza in Savar that housed five clothing factories. A total of 291 unidentified bodies of Rana Plaza workers were buried after collecting their DNA sampling, and 10 other bodies, which were taken away by different individuals by mistake, and were also buried in different places.


This news comes after the heart wrenching tale of 1127 workers have been excavated while more than 2000 critically wounded drift towards a bleak future.

As Bangladesh and the world still await BGMEA’s probe report, the probe report of the Government discussed the widespread irregularity in the legal and administrative framework as well as the irresponsibility of the building owner and factory owner which resulted in the massacre of thousands of lives and even more numbers of hopes as a result of this disaster.

The list of missing is increasing everyday, with many giving up hope completely.

Will the culprits be punished finally? – A MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION.



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