Government should order transparent investigation of Factory Incident, Nawaz Sharif
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Government should order transparent investigation of Factory Incident, Nawaz Sharif

Lahore : Pakistan | Oct 02, 2012 at 1:34 AM PDT
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Chairman Muslim League (N) said that no effective efforts were done to control fire in incident of Baldia Town; government should do transparent investigations and should punish those who were involved. On Friday after reaching Karachi he while his visit to the affected Ali Enterprises, met families of the victims and spoke to media. At this moment PML (N) chairman sindh Sued Ghos Ali Shah, Saleem Ziai, Marvi Memon and others were also present. Chairman PML (N) Nawaz Sharif said that 3 lac rupees will be given to each family from PML (N). It is not to overcome to their loss but it for their possible assistance. He said that there is no equivalent to lives now we have to become their guardians. It is must for the government to do transparent investigation and action should be taken against the responsible weather they are factory owners or government officers. Later Nawaz Sharif visited affected factory at this moment he was acknowledged about the fire in factory whereas Nawaz Sharif met the families of victims and injured people. During meeting with families of killed people told that if government has taken immediate action this may not happen at big scale. At this moment chairman PML (N) while doing condolence with families he said that PML (N) is equally partner in their sorrow and all possible assistance will be done for families.

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gureyajanu is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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