By  on September 16, 2012

LAHORE, Pakistan — As the fire that killed 289 workers at a garment factory in Karachi still smoldered, the company’s owners resurfaced after three days of hiding and the Sindh Minister for Industry resigned.

The owners of Ali Enterprises — Abdul Aziz Bhaila and his sons, Arshad and Shahid — appeared in court haggard and unshaven in the town of Larkana in Sindh province, having arranged protective bail of about 500,000 rupees, or about $5,500, for eight days until Sept. 21, when they must reappear in court. Justice Hasan Azhar Rizvi also ordered that their passports be taken from them and they remain on the exit control list that forbids them from leaving the country.

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