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Karachi Fire Factory Owners Recorded their Statements

Pakistan News / Karachi Fire Factory News > According to the latest news The Owners of the Garment Fire Factory in Karachi Recorded their statements on Monday, E Pakistan News Reported.

Karachi Factory Fire News
Police already registered the murder case against the Owners of Garment Factory in Karachi.


At least 258 workers perished in the horrific fire that destroyed the garment factory in Karachi, an unprecedented industrial tragedy that prompted calls for an overhaul of poor safety standards.


The attorney of the factory owners claimed that the police had the footage of 36 CCTV cameras. Adding that, the footage should be presented to the tribunal as evidence.


The owners said that the doors of the factory were not closed. They said that despite many calls to the fire department, the fire fighters reached the factory after an hour of the incident.


Shahid Bhaila said that he himself went to the SITE fire station, where he was told that water in there was no water in their reserves and it has been called off from Sakhi Hassan station.

The brothers told the tribunal that their factory had an international certificate which said that their factory abided all the international standards to operate.

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