“Pardon me my dear I am going to die”- Julekha Begum’s husband said in a last phone call from the burning factory, he was trapped in to the fire, at Tazreen Fashion Factory on 24th November in 2012. Still Julekha can hear his husband voice.In 2012, 24th November Fire broke out at Tajreen Fashion garment in Bangladesh and killed 124 workers, the cheapest labor in the world. Many couldn’t find their relatives because most of the bodies were charred, like coal, or were only skeletons so they had nothing to recognize. How did they feel? When the fire was crawling, when they tried but found no way to save their life, what their feeling was? The cheapest workers of Bangladesh have become cheapest lives also for the factory owners, state and buyers.Garment workers earn only BDT 3000 (near about USD $37) per month as gross minimum wage till 2013. Workers of Tazreen Factory are the cheapest workers of the world, who bring 78% foreign currency as export income in year, who worked dawn to dusk only with the minimum wage of BDT 3000 taka (near abou $ 37), who have no proper minimum wage and life safety in an unsecured working place.The story is all the same. Workers were locked behind the Iron Gate and did not get any escape from the fire. Nobody knows the real number of victims. Many are still missing but their bodies not found. They were turned into ashes.