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Documentary Photography Review | 14th October 2017

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Life Under Construction

Life Under Construction
Chris King

24th April 2013, it was just like an another random day for all the Bangladeshi people. A day started with lots of pressure with work for the working people and so on for other people with their duty. But who knew that the next day will be the day of mourning for this date.

Yes, it was an another disaster, another war to get alive, another collapse for the RMG (Ready Made Garment) worker’s life.Rana plaza, an eight storied commercial building collapsed within few seconds at the beginning of the working hour, as there was a crack on the pillar before. But the workers were forced to work after knowing the danger. And there was 6(Six) garment factory on that building. Lots of people joined willingly to rescue those people with all the force who were stuck inside the collapsed Rana Plaza.

More than 500 (Five Hundred) people got died and injured more than 2500(Twenty Five Hundred) people. And most of the injured people got admitted into a nearer hospital of Rana Plaza named “Enam Medical College & Hospital” as the victim got injured badly in their leg, hand, eye, back, head and so on.

In Enam Medical College & Hospital the victim of Savar Tragedy 2013 has been facing the most fatal tragedy of their life. They earn $70 (Maximum) in a month. So paying the medical fees and buying some good food for a quick recovery is also a big question for them, where the answer in NIL.

But there sufferings and war of life never ends. They still look for hope to breath. Some victim claimed to get died was a better option. And their life at Enam Medical College & Hospital portrays how to overcome in the race of life, probably constructing again and again. And this is the most ugly truth in the world.