The inquiry committee formed by the home ministry made five final and 16 general recommendations, including punishment of Tazreen’s owner Delwar Hossain.
Convener of the investigation committee Mainuddin Khandaker Monday submitted the probe report to the home ministry.
Mainuddin Khandaker told banglanews: ”The investigation has found that the fire was a subversive act. So, we have recommended punishment of the owner under section 304 (Ka).”
The report also suggested punishment of the medium level officers of Tazreen Fashions Ltd for their negligence.
In the third recommendation, the probe body made suggestion for taking necessary action under Labour Act through visits to garment factories.
It also recommended taking action by organising mobile courts in the districts, which have such industrial installations.
As the incident is appeared to be a subversive act, the probe body in its fifth recommendation asked for finding out the evil force behind the fire incident and taking legal action.
The Home Ministry on November 25, formed the 4-member probe body to investigate the tragic fire incident at Tazreen Fashions that killed ar least 112 readymade garment (RMG) workers, and asked to submit its report in 15 days.
Tazreen fire probe finds sabotage