KARACHI - The mourning relatives of the victims of garment factory inferno, which killed over 250 peoples last month in the city, are still waiting for reports of Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) tests of blood samples to identify bodies of their beloveds who were burnt completely in the tragic incident. The relatives of the inferno victims also worried over the situation as total 39 bodies kept in hospitals have not been identified but the hospitals took out the blood samples of 73 people. Led by Nasir Mansoor of National Trade Union Federation Pakistan, the relatives of the fire victims while addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club on Wednesday narrated their sad stories, saying that the government authorities had not fulfilled their promise to look after the grieved families of the factory who were killed in the fire.On behalf of grieved families, labour leader Nasir Mansoor told the media that the over 1300 people of 300 victims were still facing problems as they had become unemployed after the tragic incident.“Authorities from hospitals, labour department and other sectors were not ready to help the victim families as their relatives were searching for missing workers of the unfortunate factory, whose dead bodies are yet to be identified after DNA report,” he said, adding that authorities informed them that the reports of the DNA tests would come fortnight, but now the hospital administrations informed to wait for further 15 days.They said that the prime minister has announced financial compensation for all the victims, but legal heirs of over 150 fire victims were still waiting for the compensation. The public hospitals- Civil and Abbasi Shaheed are yet to issue death certificates of the dead bodies of the unidentified bodies, so the legal heirs are mourning every time.The labour leader pointed that the despite passage of over two weeks of tragic incident, the EOBI, factory owners and other government authorities had not contacted the relatives of the victim families to share their grief as well as to provide financial benefits of social security. They demanded of the government to issue the DNA tests to identify the dead bodies so that the victim families could bury their beloveds. They also announced to set up hunger strike camp against the delay in release of report of DNA tests and demanding arrest of the inferno factory owners.On this occasion, legal heirs of the victims appealed to the government to feel their grief and provide the every possible help to them.