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Bangladesh | Friday 25th January 2013 ACTION at Tasreen Factory

The Workers Were Locked in to Continue Working through the Sound of the Fire Alarm

You perhaps know that on 24th November 2012, hundreds of worker at Nischintapur died in a factory fire. We still don’t know the exact figure of the total number of dead workers. Those whose dead bodies were found are still not compensated. Some wounded workers are continuing their treatment from their own pockets.

Under this circumstance, the affected families of Tazreen fire are going to organize a protest rally on 25th January, 2012 at 10: 30 am. People from all walks of life including writers, teachers and cultural activists will attend the event.

 DEMANDS

  • We Demand that the actual death tolls will be revealed
  • Compensation of the 40 Lakhs in accordance with the laws of the land be awarded for each dead worker
  • Immediate Arrest and Trial of the Factory Owner
  • Fundamental Changes in BGMEA’s philosophy and agenda

Details of the program

Gathering:                     10: 00 am at Nischchintapur Primary School, Ashulia

Rally:                            10: 30 am from the school premise

Human Chain:   10: 40 am starting from the factory premise

Ending speech: 11: 30 from the members of the affected families

24 November 2012, over one hundred garment workers burned to death. Two months later, surviving victims, the wounded and the missing are unaccounted for. Government compensation has not been distributed fairly

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Action to be live streamed from 10:00am on http://www.bambuser.com/naffyolsx

Organized by family members, and victims of Tazreen fire

Venue: Nischchintapur at Tazreen factory premises, Ashulia

25th January, 2013, 10:30 am

The families could not not recognise their loved ones

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Posted by on Jan 24 2013. Filed under Bangladesh, Call For Action, Corporate Watchdog, Events, Exposed, Latest News, Nafeesa Investigates, Workers Rights. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry
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