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Baldia factory fire: Retailer comes under fierce criticism

…[T]he German company [KiK] was supposed to compensate the families of the victims, but they paid only Rs1 million as initial amount and then backed out. “That’s why we have now filed the case of pain and suffering against the German brand, KiK, in the High Court of Dortmund, Germany, demanding a compensation of 30,000 Euros for each family.”… Italian company Registro Italiano Navale (RINA) that had issued the social audit certificate to the Ali Enterprise has also been sued by 15 heirs of the Baldia factory fire victims and NTUF in a court of Milan, Italy…

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Survivors & relatives of victims of Pakistani factory fire file compensation claim against clothing retailer KiK in Germany

KiK lawsuit (re Pakistan)