The owner of Tazreen Fashions Ltd. and his wife surrendered to the court in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Sunday as workers outside the courtroom called for them to be punished, seeking vindication for the 111 workers who were killed in the fire at the factory on Nov. 24, 2012.
After several investigations and reports by the authorities, the Dhaka court on Dec. 22 indicted 13 people for culpable homicide in the case of the fire. However, Delwar Hossain and his wife, Mahmuda Akter, who was chairwoman of the company, were among five people who went missing after the charges were made and arrest warrants were issued by the court on Dec. 31.
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