The house of the three people who died in fire in Saudi is in Naogaon

It is reported that four Bangladeshis were killed in a fire in a sofa manufacturing factory in Musasanaiya area of ​​Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Three of them are in Atrai Upazila of Naogaon.

They are Farooq Hossain, son of Mojibur Rahman of Tejanandi village of the upazila, Enamul Hossain, son of Sahad Ali of Shikarpur village and Shukbar Rahman, son of Kabij Ali of Digha Schoolpara village.

The fire broke out at around 5pm Saudi local time on Wednesday (July 3). The relatives got the news of the death of the three at night. Since then, their family is mourning.

Pintu Ali, the nephew of the deceased Farooq, said that his uncle used to work in a garment factory while in the country. Went to Saudi on loan six years ago. But since going there, he faced various problems. He has been working in the sofa manufacturing factory for about eight months. In the meantime, at around 10 pm on Wednesday night, he found out on his mobile phone that Farooq was killed in a fire in the factory.

Vidyut Hossain, the son-in-law of deceased Shukbar Ali of Digha village of the upazila, said that his father-in-law was an agricultural labourer. Two and a half years ago, Sambal sold the 11th century place and went to Saudi Arabia with the loan money. So far he has not been able to repay the debt.

Shukbar has two sons and a daughter. The eldest son Shamim is disabled. Vidyut’s house does not have any land except the three-hundredth place of Vita. How to deal with mother-in-law, brothers-in-law is in dire straits. Shukbar Ali was the only earner in the family.

Zahidul Islam, uncle of the deceased Enamul of Shikarpur village, said that Enamul was a garment worker. Go to Saudi with a loan in the hope of happiness. From there, he is building a brick house by paying off the loan only with the earnings. He was supposed to come to the country and get married next year after finishing his homework. But it didn’t happen anymore. The news came around 10:30 pm on Wednesday. Since then, the parents have been petrified by the loss of their only son.

The three families of the deceased sought the government’s full cooperation to bring the bodies to the country quickly.

In this regard, Atrai Upazila Executive Officer Sanchita Biswas told Jago News that three people from Atrai were killed in a fire in Saudi Arabia through journalists. The matter has been informed to the Ministry through the Deputy Commissioner. In addition, efforts are being made to contact the embassy.

He also said that the relatives of one of the victims have contacted us. The rest are also being investigated. All possible assistance will be given to return the body to the country quickly.

Moshiur Rahman/ZH/MS