Abir Abdullah has worked on the endless fires that devastate Dhaka and its population. Safety measure are so inadequate that flames engulf the city with terrifying speed. The working class is the most affected, either in the factories where they work for substandard pay, or when their houses burned down and they lose everything they own, however little it may be.
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