"Everyone I know from my family and my village — around 10-11 people — were working in the factory that caught fire.
I've just identified four of their bodies in the mortuary now and the rest are just missing without a trace," 19-year-old Mohammad Rizwan said trying to hold back tears.
On the other hand conversations outside the LNJP mortuary revolved around the uncertainty of not knowing whether a loved one is dead, alive or still trapped.
"Two of my friends are currently admitted and two are still missing," he said, adding that no amount of consoling could stop him from thinking about whether his loved ones might still be trapped in the debris.
Noor went on to say that one of his other friends, Mustafa is currently admitted with burn injuries on his hand.
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