REMEMBERING RANA PLAZA
Two years ago on this day, Rana Plaza, an eight storied commercial building in Savar, collapsed, killing at least 1129 people. At least 2515 people were severely injured. Most of the victims were poor garment workers, working in the clothing factories housed in the building. One of the most heartbreaking tragedies in history, the collapse left thousands of people disabled and jobless. Many of the injured survivors and their families are still leading a miserable life due to lack of rehabilitation efforts.
PHOTOS : PRABIR DAS and KAZI TAHSIN AGAZ APURBO
TEXT: MD SHAHNAWAZ KHAN CHANDAN