Victim's brother sues Tazreen owner, 30 others
The family of one of the victims of fire at Tazreen Fashions sued the owner of the garment factory and 30 others on Wednesday for the deadly fire.
Complainant Abdul Matin is the brother of Rehena Begum who used to work as a packer at finishing section of the factory as the November 24 fire swept through the building at Ashulia on the outskirts of the capital, leaving 112 workers dead and 12 others missing.
Rehena is still missing.
In the case filed with the Chief Judicial Magistrate's Court of Dhaka, the complainant blamed Tazreen owner Delwar Hossain and 30 others unnamed ones for setting fire to the factory.
The unnamed 30 include people involved in running the factory and some others of the garments owners' association for the deadly fire.
Matin appealed to the court for taking legal action against the accuse
Taking into cognisance of the charges against the accused, Senior Judicial Magistrate Taibul Hassan directed officer-in-charge (investigation) of Ashulia Police Station to submit a probe report by July 18 after carrying out a investigation in this regard.