Fire in Rana Plaza survivors’ factory Oporajeo a sabotage!
Oporajeo jute bag factory set on fire by miscreants!
The factory was founded under a trust on June 24, 2013 with six plain sewing machines and seven workers. Here the workers, mostly women, were labelled as owners.
They were given congenial working environment, profit share, free lunch, medical assistance and educational support for their children.
The factory having 50 workers used to manufacture different jute bags for local and international clients with 48 different types of machines. Of the workers, 40 are the victims of the Rana Plaza building collapse.
The fire broke out around 9:45pm on Sunday, Chief Executive Worker of the unique-styled factory Kazi Monir Hossain Rintu said. He, however, could not confirm immediately how the fire had originated.
There were no worker inside the factory, located on the ground floor of a…
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