Bangladesh completes factory collapse probe

Court to decide whether to put building owners and several officials on trial for deaths of 1,200 workers in 2013.

    The investigation into the deadly collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh has been completed.

    Nearly 1,200 garment workers were killed when the Rana Plaza building came crashing down in 2013.

    On Sunday, the court adjourned the Rana Plaza court case until July 8 as the accused was not presented to the court.

    The court is still to decide whether it will put the building owners and a number of government officials on trial.

    Meanwhile, survivors recall their tragic experiences as they continue to suffer from their injuries and feel neglected.

    Al Jazeera's Maher Sattar reports from Dhaka.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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