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In pictures: Relatives’ rush for finding out dead bodies

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Published: 01:27, 10 July 2021   Update: 01:30, 10 July 2021
In pictures: Relatives’ rush for finding out dead bodies

A woman is seen looking for his dearest one’s body, holding his identity card on her hand. Photo: Business Insider Bangladesh

The nearest relatives, including fathers, mothers, wives and husbands, of the poor workers killed in the Narayanganj juice factory fire are seen on the rush to find out dead bodies at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital morgue area in the capital on Friday afternoon.

Some 40 unidentified dead bodies of the accident have so far been taken to the DMCH morgue, according to the Narayangonj District administration.

Narayanganj Additional Deputy Commissioner Shamim Byapari said that the dead bodies were in a condition that it was difficult to identify them.

“We are waiting for the relatives of the deceased. They can help identify the bodies,” he added. “Besides, we can go for DNA test if needed,” he informed.

Reporters from different media outlets were seen at the DMCH morgue gatheiring information from the relatives of the killed CID takes note from relatives of the killed to identify the dead bodies

A girl shows a photo of her missing relative on mobile screen


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