6 Bangladeshis die in Saudi Arabia fire

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Six Bangladeshi people were killed in a fire in Holifa town of Hail district of Saudi Arabia. One more injured. Bangladeshi expatriates say that the fire occurred in the local time early yesterday. Bangladesh Embassy's second secretary (press) Fakhrul Islam confirmed the deaths of six people in the fire. BD News.
The deceased were identified as Emranul Haque Sohel (34) and Imamul Haque Munna (22), both sons of late Abdul Haque of Basantpur village in Chouddagram of Comilla. Jasim Uddin, 26, son of Nesar Ahmad, and his younger brother Md. Ibrahim, 23, of Karitola Bazar-Sanggan Chor Laurench village under Kamalnagar upazila of Laxmipur district. Mohiuddin Rashed, 35, son of Rafiqul Islam, 35, son of Sirajul Islam of village Sreepur of Chuadgram and son of Ilias member of Brihanichi area of ​​Bherichi area of ​​Feni.
Labor councilor Sarwar Alam of Bangladesh Embassy in Riyadh said that DNA tests will be needed to identify the burnt bodies. It is known from the cigarette smoke that the fire originated.
Seven people, including Emranul Haque, Munna and Sohel, were employed in the Holifa town area. After eating and eating on Tuesday night, they fell asleep in the same room. Someone ate a cigarette in a room verandah. The fire spread to the entire room with the wire on the wire. Selim said that the injured Bangladeshi was admitted to the King Khan Hospital.
Six Bangladeshi workers were killed in a fire at a building in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh last week.

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